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JOSEPH MULLER 

April 24, 1883 -May 9, 1939 



Music Directory of Early New York City 

A file of Musicians, Music Publishers and Musical 
Instrument -makers listed in New York directories from 
iy86 through 1835, together with the most important 
New York Music Publishers from 1836 through 1875 

"By VIRGINIA LARKIN REDWAY 



This volume has been published with the aid of a grant 

from the Sonneck Memorial Fund administered by the 

Music Division of the Library of Congress 



New York 

THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1941 



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DEDICATED TO 

MY HUSBAND, LAURANCE DAVID REDWAY, M.D. 

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MY MOTHER, LILY VIRGINIA LARKIN 



Without whose sympathetic encouragement this 
work could not have been carried forward 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Prefatory Note vii 

Introduction ix 

Abbreviations Employed in the Directories xii 

Part I — Musicians, Music Teachers, etc. 1 

Part ' II — Publishers, Printers, Lithographers, and Dealers 25 

Part III — Instrument Makers and Dealers 59 

Part IV — Dancers and Dancing Teachers 85 

Appendix I — Chronological List of All Firms and In- 
dividuals Connected with Music, 1786-1811 87 

Appendix II — List of Musical Societies, 1789-1799 101 



[v] 



PREFATORY NOTE 

The Bibliography of Virginia Larkin Red-way, listing New York musicians, 
music publishers, and musical instrument makers, may seem a mechanical enough 
task to those who have never tried to make one; those zvho have studied the 
subject know that this is anything but the case. It requires patience and accuracy 
to complete a musical bibliography; there are also elements of detective research 
and scientific imagination constituting even more valuable assets. 

In 1917 Miss Mabel Almy Howe made a beginning in this field with her 
"Music Publishers in New York City before 1850." That bibliography listed 
about fifty firms active in this city. Mrs. Redway's list adds more than sixty 
new names to this compilation. 

This work will unquestionably be of use to librarians, collectors and dealers in 
their researches into Americana. 

Carleton Sprague Smith, 

Chief of the Music Division, 

The New York Public Library 



[vii] 



INTRODUCTION 

THE PURPOSE of this work is to furnish a guide which will enable those 
interested in early New York music to date music imprints which bear no copy- 
right date, but have the publisher's name and address merely, with perhaps a 
plate number. 

As the first files of entire copies of copyright music, held in the Music Division 
of the Library of Congress, show no copyright date earlier than May 28, 1819, 
a book of this kind will help to solve the question of dating accurately early 
New York music. 

The contents of the following lists are based on the New York directories 
from 1786; upon the files of copyright music in the Library of Congress in 
Washington, and upon examination of early New York music imprints. 

Part I deals with those musicians, music professors and teachers whose names 
appear in the early directories of New York, beginning with the first directory 
of 1786. This list, however, does not represent the complete music picture of the 
early years, since there were many whose names do not appear in the directories 
in connection with music, but who nevertheless were dealing in it as a collateral 
activity. 

John Jacob Astor, who came to this country in 1783, thought it financially 
worth his while not only to export furs, but to import musical instruments. 1 
This interest of his was passed on to John and Michael Paff — later on to Wil- 
liam Dubois. But information of this character is not contained in the directories. 

Unrecorded in the directories were men of musical fame, who, passing 
through New York, did not stay long enough to have their names listed in 
the directories. Alexander Reinagle, composer, member of the Society of 
Musicians in London, later director of the famous Chestnut Street Theatre in 
Philadelphia, advertised in the New York Packet of June 26, 1786, a concert, 
shortly to be performed, to which he added the following information: "In the 
meantime he gives Lessons in Singing, on the Harpsicord, Pianoforte, and 
Violin. His terms may be known by enquiring at No. 19 King Street, and at 
Mr. Rivington's. N. B. He proposes to supply his Friends and Scholars with the 
best instruments and printed Music from London on the same terms they are 
there sold in the shops, only allowing for freight and package." 

Advertisement in the New York Packet, May 22, 1786: "Jacob Astor, No. 81, Queen-street, 
two doors from the Friends Meeting-House, Has just imported from London, An elegant assort- 
ment of Musical Instruments, such as piano fortes, spinnets, piano-forte guittars, guittars, the 
best of violins, German flutes, clarinets, hautboys, fifes, the best Roman violin strings, and all 
other kinds of strings, music books and paper, and every other article in the musical line, which 
he will dispose of on very low terms for cash." 

[«] 



x MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 

Valuable information, such as the above, is not indicated in the directories, 
but is only to be found by careful perusal of the early newspapers. 

Parts II and III comprise the names of the publishers, printer-lithographers, 
dealers and musical instrument makers for the first fifty years after the begin- 
ning of directory publishing in New York. Since many persons engaged in more 
than one field of music, their names have been listed in that section in which 
they were most active, with appropriate cross references from the other sec- 
tions. The names are arbitrarily dropped after the 50th year (1835) except 
where a name continued as an engraver, printer or publisher or where a firm, 
which originally combined publishing and instrument making, continued as a 
piano-making establishment. The connections and ramifications of these names 
were carried through 1875. 

The list also includes selected music publishers who started after the year 
1835 and are brought up to the year 1876. 

This work cannot attempt to give the full history of any of the music-publish- 
ing firms mentioned, except in so far as their dates and addresses in the directories 
bear witness to their beginning, development and decline. 

Wherever in this guide, a name connected with music appears, it has been 
traced back at least two years, to ascertain if the same business was carried on by 
the same person. Economic pressure was evident, as shown by the frequent 
dropping of names from the list of musicians into the ranks of industry. 
These names were carried along, since some of them reappear in subsequent 
music activities. It has been thought advisable to list not only the business 
address, but also the residence of these musicians. 

It appears, therefore, that music-publishing was done by musicians, musical 
instrument-makers, organbuilders, professors, teachers of music, lithographers, 
printers, engravers, booksellers, "depositories of art" and stationers, as well 
as by music publishers. Some, as in the cases of Benjamin Carr, James Hewitt 
and George Geib were composers as well as music publishers, but these were 
the exception rather than the rule, and were not indicated in the directories. 

Part IV, that of the dancing masters, up to 1836, reveals the place that dancing 
and dancing instruction took in the community. Noah Webster has written an 
engaging description of New York, in the introduction to the directory of 
1786, in which he quotes from Smith's History of New York (1757): "New 
York is one of the most social Places on the Continent. The Men collect them- 
selves into weekly Evening Clubs. The Ladies, in Winter are frequently enter- 
tained either at Concerts of Musick or Assemblies and make a very good 
appearance. They are comely and dress well, and scarce any of them have 
distorted Shapes." 



INTRODUCTION x j 

In contrast to this the editor of the New York directory of 1805 reported: 
"The most fashionable (diversions) are concerts, balls and theatrical amuse- 
ments. The conductors of these, however, complain for want of support, and 
perhaps with reason. Here are very few people of fortune, "except those who 
have acquired riches by their own industry; and these know the value of money 
too well to throw it away on trifling objects." 

In spite of this rather jaundiced estimate of the value of concerts, balls and 
theatrical amusements, the editor of the same 1805 directory shows quite a 
different appreciation of the "Musicians" of his period as evidenced at the 
top of his classified directory. 



'All powerful harmony, that can assuage 

And calm the sorrows of the frenzied wretch 

Till lull'd with thy enchanting, grateful numbers 

He throws quite off the burthen that oppress'd him." 



The capitalization and punctuation of the directory entries have been stand- 
ardized but spelling and abbreviations have been given in the form employed by 
the directory. The word "street" has been consistently omitted in giving addresses. 
A list of the abbreviations used in the directories is appended. 

Acknowledgment is due to Dr. Carleton Sprague Smith, Chief of the Music 
Division of The New York Public Library, who suggested the work; to Mrs. 
Amy Sinclair, Assistant Chief of the Music Division; to Mr. Daniel C. Haskell, 
Bibliographer of The New York Public Library ; to Mr. Oliver Strunk ; to the 
late Mr. Joseph Muller of Closter, N. J., for his invaluable advice and great 
musicological knowledge generously shared; to the many helpful friends of 
the music and genealogical staffs of The New York Public Library and to Dr. 
Otto Kinkeldey, Librarian of Cornell University, who first interested the com- 
piler in the historical importance of early New York music. 



Ossining, New York. 
Sept. 25, 1940. 



x MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 

Valuable information, such as the above, is not indicated in the directories, 
but is only to be found by careful perusal of the early newspapers. 

Parts II and III comprise the names of the publishers, printer-lithographers, 
dealers and musical instrument makers for the first fifty years after the begin- 
ning of directory publishing in New York. Since many persons engaged in more 
than one field of music, their names have been listed in that section in which 
they were most active, with appropriate cross references from the other sec- 
tions. The names are arbitrarily dropped after the 50th year (1835) except 
where a name continued as an engraver, printer or publisher or where a firm, 
which originally combined publishing and instrument making, continued as a 
piano-making establishment. The connections and ramifications of these names 
were carried through 1875. 

The list also includes selected music publishers who started after the year 
1835 and are brought up to the year 1876. 

This work cannot attempt to give the full history of any of the music-publish- 
ing firms mentioned, except in so far as their dates and addresses in the directories 
bear witness to their beginning, development and decline. 

Wherever in this guide, a name connected with music appears, it has been 
traced back at least two years, to ascertain if the same business was carried on by 
the same person. Economic pressure was evident, as shown by the frequent 
dropping of names from the list of musicians into the ranks of industry. 
These names were carried along, since some of them reappear in subsequent 
music activities. It has been thought advisable to list not only the business 
address, but also the residence of these musicians. 

It appears, therefore, that music-publishing was done by musicians, musical 
instrument-makers, organbuilders, professors, teachers of music, lithographers, 
printers, engravers, booksellers, "depositories of art" and stationers, as well 
as by music publishers. Some, as in the cases of Benjamin Carr, James Hewitt 
and George Geib were composers as well as music publishers, but these were 
the exception rather than the rule, and were not indicated in the directories. 

Part IV, that of the dancing masters, up to 1836, reveals the place that dancing 
and dancing instruction took in the community. Noah Webster has written an 
engaging description of New York, in the introduction to the directory of 
1786, in which he quotes from Smith's History of New York (1757): "New 
York is one of the most social Places on the Continent. The Men collect them- 
selves into weekly Evening Clubs. The Ladies, in Winter are frequently enter- 
tained either at Concerts of Musick or Assemblies and make a very good 
appearance. They are comely and dress well, and scarce any of them have 
distorted Shapes." 



INTRODUCTION x i 

In contrast to this the editor of the New York directory of 1805 reported: 
"The most fashionable (diversions) are concerts, balls and theatrical amuse- 
ments. The conductors of these, however, complain for want of support, and 
perhaps with reason. Here are very few people of fortune, except those who 
have acquired riches by their own industry; and these know the value of money 
too well to throw it away on trifling objects." 

In spite of this rather jaundiced estimate of the value of concerts, balls and 
theatrical amusements, the editor of the same 1805 directory shows quite a 
different appreciation of the "Musicians" of his period as evidenced at the 
top of his classified directory. 



'All powerful harmony, that can assuage 

And calm the sorrows of the frenzied wretch 

Till lull'd with thy enchanting, grateful numbers 

He throws quite off the burthen that oppress'd him." 



The capitalization and punctuation of the directory entries have been stand- 
ardized but spelling and abbreviations have been given in the form employed by 
the directory. The word "street" has been consistently omitted in giving addresses. 
A list of the abbreviations used in the directories is appended. 

Acknowledgment is due to Dr. Carleton Sprague Smith, Chief of the Music 
Division of The New York Public Library, who suggested the work; to Mrs. 
Amy Sinclair, Assistant Chief of the Music Division; to Mr. Daniel C. Haskell, 
Bibliographer of The New York Public Library ; to Mr. Oliver Strunk ; to the 
late Mr. Joseph Muller of Closter, N. J., for his invaluable advice and great 
musicological knowledge generously shared; to the many helpful friends of 
the music and genealogical staffs of The New York Public Library and to Dr. 
Otto Kinkeldey, Librarian of Cornell University, who first interested the com- 
piler in the historical importance of early New York music. 



Ossining, New York. 
Sept. 25, 1940. 



ABBREVIATIONS EMPLOYED IN THE DIRECTORIES 



acct. _____ accountant 

asst. treas. _ _ _ _ assistant treasurer 

av., ave. _ _ _ _ avenue 

bask. mak. _ _ _ _ basket maker 

bds. _____ boards 

bet. _____ between 

c, cor. ______ corner 

c.h., cus. ho. _ _ _ _ custom house 

Corl. H. _ Corlears Hook 

eng. _____ engraver 

eng. & cop. pi. prin. _ _ engraver and copper plate printer 

ft. _ _ _ _ _ . _ foot 

h. _ _ _ _ _ _ house; hotel 

imp., impor. _ _ _ _ importer 

mast. _____ master 

mercht. _____ merchant 

manf., manuf., mnf. _ _ manufacturer 

mus. insts. _ musical instruments 

n. _ _ _ _ _ _ near 

phot, matls. _ _ _ _ photographic materials 

pianom., pianomkr. _ _ pianomaker 

pk. _____ park 

pi. _ _ _ _ _ _ place 

r. _____ _ rear 

segarmak. _ cigarmaker 

sq. _____ square 

st. _ _ _ _ _ _ street 

ter. _____ terrace 

treas. _____ treasurer 

u.s.c.h. _____ United States Custom House 

wid. _____ widow 



[xii] 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 

PART I 

Musicians, Music Teachers, etc. 



Alden, Marcus, music teacher 




135 Harman 


1830 


104 Christopher 


1831-1832 


341 Bleecker 


1833 


Alden, Marcus 




341 Bleecker 


1834 


Alexander, John, musician 




Bedlow-alley 


1805-1806 


Alexander, John, barber 




10 Bedlow & 281 Greenwich 


1807 


Alexander, John, musician 




Neilson's-alley 


1808 


25 Duane 


1809-1810 


Allen, John, musician 




179 Hudson c. Watts 


1828-1829 


Amby, Thomas, drummer 




108 Mulberry 


1808 


Ames, John, musician 




14 George 


1796 


Amusco, Joseph, musician 




Nicholas. Bowery 


1794 


Anderman, Henry, musician 




99 Henry c. Pike 


1830 


Anderson, Andrew, musician 




80 Roosevelt 


1811 


Anderson, John, musician 




193 Hester 


1818 


Collect n. Pearl 


1819 


25 Elm 


1820 


Anderson, Robert, musician 




156 Walker 


1830 


182 Rivington 


1831-1832 


Anderson, Robert, musician 


not in 1833 


rear 192 Rivington 


1834 


Andrae, Henry, musician 




13 Thompson 


1833-1834 


Andrews, George, musician 




409 Broome 


1835 


Astor, William H., music teacher 




Avenue 6th, c. Thirteenth 


1835 


Ay ling, jun. Thomas, professor of 


music 


14 Walker 


1831 


Ayling, jun. Thomas, professor of 


music 




not in 1832 


7 Mercer 


1833 


Bagioli, Antonio, prof, music 




91 Spring 


1839 


422 Broome 


1840-1841 



Bagioli, Antonio, prof, music 




not in 1842 


422 Broome 




1843 


Bagioli, Antonio, prof, music 




not in 1844 


422 Broome 




1845-1846 


Bagioli, Antonio, prof, music 




not in 1847 


1 19 Mercer 




1848-1849 


540 B'way 




1850 


92 Prince 




1851 


Bagioli, Antonio 






92 Prince 




1852-1853 


h. 84 E. 15th 




1854 


Bagioli, Antonio, musician 






h. 84 E. 15th 




1855 


Bagioli, Antonio, music 






h. 84 E. 15th 




1856-1858 


Bagioli, Antonio, music 




not in 1859 


h. 43 W. 32 




1860-1861 


Bagioli, Antonio, treas. 






116 Nassau, h. 43 W. 32 




1862 


Bagioli, Antonio, music 






h. 43 W. 32 




1863 


Bagioli, Antonio, music 


not 


in 1864-1865 


h. 37 E. 15th 




1866 


Ballard, James, music teacher 


,, 


61 Cherry 




1834 


283 Delancey 




1835 


Banck, Cornelius, musician 






112 Centre 




1831 


13 Delancey 




1832 


Banker, F., music master 






105 Reed 




1823 


Bancker, Frederick, comediar 


L 




105 Reed 




1824 


Baptist, John, musician 






31 Church 




1808 


Barker, Matthew, professor music 




4 Dominick 




1835 


Barnett, S. A. 






74 Barclay 




1814 


Barnett, S. A. 


not 


in 1815-1818 


Barnett, S. A., musician 






277 Front 




1819 


Barnett, S. A., musician 




not in 1820 


Barnett, S. A., shoe store 






Greenwich n. Canal 




1821 


Barnett, S. A., shoe store 


not- 


in 1822-1823 


Barnett, Samuel A., professor 


■ of music 


43 Grand 




1824 


Barnett, Samuel A., professor 


of music 




not 


in 1825-1826 



[1] 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Barnett, S. A., musician 
43 Grand 1827 

Barnitt, S. A., teacher of music 

123 Mott 1828 

Barnitt, S. A., teacher of music not in 1829 

Barnett, Samuel A., musician 
70 Crosby 1830 

Barnitt, Samuel A., prof, music 
64 Mott 1831 

32 Hammond 1832 

Barry, Jacob, musician 
35 Clinton 1832-1833 

rear 49 Essex 1834 

27 Cityhall-place 1835 

Beck, Lawrence, musician 
47 Rynders 1827 

Beckett, John, musician 
3 Chapel 1800 

Beer, Bernard, prof, 
h. 56 St. Mark's PL 1856 

Beer, Bernard, prof. not in 1857-1858 

h. 200 Second Ave. 1859-1860 

Beer, Bernard, music 
h. 200 Second Ave. 1861 

701 Broadway, h. 200 Second Ave. 1862-1866 
h. 200 Second Ave. 1867 

Bennet, Charles, musician 
Henry 1828 

Bennet, John, musician 
416 Greenwich 1828 

Benoit, Lewis, musician 

12 Chamber 1800 

31 Church 1801 

Bennet, Lewis, hairdresser 
31 Church 1802-1804 

Bennet, Lewis, hairdresser not in 1805 

Bennit, Lewis 
31 Church 1806-1808 

Bennett, Lewis 
31 Church 1809 

64 Church 1810 

113 Chamber 1811 

Bennet, Lewis, musician 
45 Leonard 1812-1813 

Bennet, junr. Lewis, musician 

16 Thomas 1813-1814 

Bennet, Lewis, musician 

101. Anthony 1814-1817 

Bennet, Lewis, musician not in 1818 

Bennet, Lewis, professor of music 
101 Anthony 1819-1821 

146 Church 1822 

Bennet, Lewis, professor of music not in 1823 

Benoit, Louis, professor of music 
95 Chapel 1824 

109 Chapel 1825 

146 Church 1826-1831 

131 Chambers 1832-1833 

Benoit, Louis, prof, music 
131 Chambers 1834-1835 



Bensel, Robert S., musician 

35 Avenue D 1830 

Berger, Andreas, confectioner 

1 Spring 1833 

Berger, Andreas, musician 

121^ Bowery 1834 

rear 59 Crosby 1835 

Berlin, Jacob G. 

46 Second 1810 

61 Catherine 1811 

Berlin, Jacob G., musician 

61 Catherine 1812 

86 Bowery 1813-18:! 

120 Bowery 1815 

Berlin, Jacob G., musician not in 1816-1818 
Burlin, Jacob G., musician 

104 Bowery 1819 

Burling, Jacob, musician 

158 Bowery 1820 

Burling, Jacob, musician not in 1821 

Berlin, Jacob G., musician 

54 Anthony 1822 

60 Anthony 1823 
Burlin, Jacob, musician 

207 Washington 1824 

Burlin, Jacob, musician not in 1825-1827 

Berlin, Jacob, musician 

401 Broadway 1828 

Berti, Anselmo, Italian music teacher 

203 Pearl 1822 

51 Greenwich 1823 

Berti, Anselmo, Italian music teacher 

not in 1824 

Berte, A., music teacher 

51 Greenwich 1825 

Berti, Anselmo, prof, of music 

126 Broadway, h. 382 Broome 1826-1827 

167 Broadway, h. 43 Cortlandt 1828 

167 Broadway, h. 13 Murray 1829-1830 

167 Broadway, h. 386 Broome 1831-1832 

Berti, Anselmo, prof, of music not in 1833 

Berti, Anselmo, prof, music 

167 Broadway, h. 386 Broome 1834 

373 Broadway 1835 

Best, James, musician 

61 Eldridge 1833 
100 Ludlow 1834-1835 

Beze, M., french academy 

138 Pearl 1805-1806 

Beze, M., musical & drawing academy 

46 Partition 1807 

Beze, M., musical & french drawing acad. 

46 Partition 1808 

Beze, M., musical & french drawing academy 

9 Gold 1809 

Blondel, William, prof, music 

170 Broadway 1832-1834 

Blonden, Francis, professor of music 

67 Orange 1825 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



Blondeau, Francis, professor of music 

67 Orange - 1826-1827 

Blondeau, Francis, professor of music 

not in 1828 



Blondeau, Francis 




27 Delancey 


1829 


58 Amity 


1830 


Blondeau, Francis, c. h. brok. 




212 Wooster . 


1831 


Blondeau, Francis, c. h. brok. 


not in 1832 


8 Broad 


1833 


Bocquet, Lewis, musician 




40 Catherine 


1808 


Boston, Jacob, musician 




Mulberry 


1800 


Boston, Jacob, musician 


not in 1801 


Mulberry 


1802-1803 


35 Mulberry 


1804 


(classified directory only) 


1805 


Mary, near Hester 


1806-1808 


Pump 


1809-1810 


27 Spring 


1811 


Pump n. Mulberry 


1812-1813 


46 First 


1814 


Boston, Jacob, musician 


not in 1815 


46 First 


1816 


46 Chrystie 


1817 


Boston, Jacob, musician 


not in 1818 


rear 36 Grand 


1819 


rear 36 Grand n. Orchard 


1820 


Boyle, John T., prof, music 




9 Walker 


1833-1835 


Brackenridge, John, musician 




Greenwich-1. c. Hammond 


1830 


Bradbury, William B. See Part II. 




Brenan, Michael, music mast. 




128 Anthony 


1832 


Bristow, William R., prof, music 




220 Houston 


1834 


197 Bowery 


1835 


Broderick, Joseph, teacher of music 


16 King-George 


1792 


Broderick, widow 




2 Dutch 


1793 


Brooks, Edmund, musician 




155 Delancey 


1835 


Brown, David, professor of music 




414 Broadway 


1830 


Brown, Horace 




44 Essex 


1814 


Brown, Horace, musician 




37 Essex 


1815 


Banker n. Walnut, h. 37 Essex 


1816 


Banker n. Walnut, h. 38 Essex 


1817 


Bancker n. Walnut, h. 38 Essex 


1818 


38 Essex 


1819 


139 Cherry 


1820 


Brown, Philip, musician 




9 Thompson 


1831-1835 



Browne, William H., musician 

8 Thomas 
Bunyie, R., musician 

81 Bowery 
Bunyie, R., music store 

81 Bowery 
Burke, William A., prof, music 

81 Rivington 
Burns, John, musician 

62 Warren 
Burton, Charles, music master 

157 Chatham 
Burton, Charles, music master 
Burton, Charles, draftsman ' 

53 Hudson, c. Jay 
Busk, Greenbury, musician 

104 Broome 

104 Broome, n. Willet 

503 Grand 
Butter worth, prof, music 

202 Hudson 
Butter worth, prof, music 
Butterworth, Archibald H 

61 Sixth 
131 Amity 

Byrne, Peter, musician 
17 Harman 

62 Warren 
31 Henry 

Byrne, Peter, musician 

31 Henry 
Byrnes, Peter, musician 

31 Henry 
Byrne, Peter, musician and grocer 

31 Henry 
Byrne, widow of Peter, grocer 

31 Henry 
Byrne, widow of Peter, grocer 

not in 1824-1829 
Byrne, Peter, teacher 

Greenwich-lane n. Avenue 7th 1830 

Liberty c. Nassau, h. 100 Wooster 1831 

153 Prince 1832-1834 



1830 
1827-1828 



1829-1830 



1834-1835 

1810 

1826 
not in 1827 

1828 

1821-1822 
1823 
1824 

1829 
not in 1830-1833 
prof, music 

1834 
1835 

1811 

1812-1813 

1814-1816 

not in 1817 

1818-1819 

1820 



1821 



1822-1823 



Cadet, Sino, musician 

101 Church, 
Campbell, John, musician 

62 Watts 

40 Reed 

96 Canal 

42 Jay 

10 Watts 

432 Greenwich 
Campbell, John, musician 

263 Elizabeth 
Capron, Henry, music master 

24 Gold 

66 King 



1822-1823 

1823 

1824 
1825-1826 
1827 
1828 
1829 
not in 1830-1831 
1832 

1789 
1790 



1 "Draftsman" follows name after this date. 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Carroll, John, music master 




Corcoran, Peter, musician, continued 




42 Barclay 


1812-1813 


rear 52 Cherry 


1835 


30 Roosevelt 


1814 


Corner, Peter, drummer 




177 Bowery 


1815 


6 Fern 


1809 


Carroll, John S., musician 




Cotton, Rowland, composer of music 


232 Spring 


1823 


Charlotte 


1798 


Carroll, John S., musician 


not in 1824 


Cotton, Rowland 




Carroll, John, prof, music 




Eagle 


1799 


Laurens n. Grand 


1825 


Cotton, Rowland not in 


1800-1805 


Carroll, John S., prof, music 




Cotton, Rowland, morocco-dresser 




Laurens n. Grand 


1826 


Pump near Second 


1806 


40 Laurens 


1827 


Cowan, Ann, professor music 




Carroll, John S., professor of music 


49 Fourth & 175 Broadway 


1831 


63J4 Canal 


1828 


383 & 175 Broadway 


1832 


177 Canal 


1829 


Cowan, Ann, professor of music 


and 


Carson, Jacob, musician 




teacher of the piano on the Logerian 


35 Chatham 


1809" 


system, harp, guitar and singing 


Castaing, Augustus H., musician 




383 & 172 Broadway 


1833-1834 


281 Houstoun 


1835 


Cowan, Ann, professor of music 




Castrou, Eli, musician 




77 Murray 


1835 


43 Reed 


1806 


Cozine, Gilbert, musician 




Chapman, Robert, musician 




93 Mulberry 


1810 


Barclay 


1793 


Curfew, Joseph H., musician 




Charlton, John, prof, music 




Water n. Corl. H. 


1815 


132 Wooster 


1829 


Curtsock, John, musician 




Chevalier, A. L., musician 




Barclay 


1793 


101 Reed 


1820-1823 


Kurtsrurck, John, musician 




Christian, Paul, musician 




Anthony 


1794 


rear 72 Forsyth 


1832 


Curtsau, John, musician 




Christian, Paul, musician 


not in 1833 


Little Ann near the Collect 


1795 


Christian, Paul, prof, music 








6 Stanton 


1834 


Davies, John, professor of music 




18 Rivington 


1835 


160 Chamber 


1821-1822 


Cioffi, Philip, distiller 




103 Hudson, 


1823-1826 


102 Elm 


1828 


Davies, Southerton, prof, music 




Cioffi, Philip, distiller 


not in 1829 


103 Hudson 


1825 


Cioffi, Philip, professor of music 




Davis, John, musician 




146 Wooster 


1830-1831 


235 Bowery 


1818-1819 


Cioffi, Philip, professor of music 


not in 1832 


Davis, John, music store 




Cioffy, Philip, professor of music 




17 Chatham 


1819 


142 Wooster 


1833 


Davis, John, musician 




176 Canal 


1834 


36 Spring 


1820 


Claret, , musician 




Greenwich 


1821 


148 Reed 


1813-1814 


Defries, Ambrose, shoemaker 




Coard, William, professor music 




83 Willett 


1831 


418 Broadway 


1835 


Defries, Ambrose, musician 




Cole, Isaac P., prof, music 




182 Rivington 


1832-1834 


64 Bowery 


1833-1834 


546 Grand 


1835 


Collison, Bernard, prof, flute 




Dehart, James, musician 




6 Varick 


1833 


121 Reed 


1811-1812 


Connor, Peter 




Deluce, Nathaniel, physician 




45 Cliff 


1810-1812 


49 Lispenard 


1825 


Connor, Peter not 


in 1813-1814 


Deluce, Nathaniel, teacher of music 




Connor, Peter, musician 




49 Lispenard 


1826-1828 


45 Cliff 


1815-1816 


Deluce, Nathaniel, music teacher 




Connor, Peter, musician 


not in 1817 


197 Wooster 


1829 


Connor, Peter, white washer 




201 Greene 


1830-1833 


Mulberry c. Pump 


1818 


149 Spring 


1834-1835 


Corcoran, Peter, musician 




Denny, Thomas, musician 




180 Division 


1834 


Cross c. Mulberry 


1821 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



Denzi, Lewis A., musician 

182 Allen 1834 

Derety, Andrew, musician 

25 Fayette 1819 

Desabaye, Mark, prof, music 

509 Houstoun 1835 

Desize, ; , teacher of the French language 

45 Vesey 1794 

Deseze, Madam, French academy for 
young ladies 

45 Vesey 1795 

Deseze, John B., A. M. Academy for 
young ladies 

7 Dey 1796 

Deseze, John, music teacher 

86 Nassau 1797-1803 

Deseze, John, music and French teacher 

12 U. Reed 1804-1808 

31 Reed 1809 

290 Greenwich 1810-1811 

Deseze, John, french teacher & translator 

290 Greenwich 1812-1815 

Deseze, Madam, French academy for 
young ladies a 

45 Vesey 1794 

Dickinson, Thomas, musician 

159 Division 1810-1811 

85 Lombardy 1812 

17 Charlotte 1813 

17 Pike 1814 

18 Pike 1815 
169 Bancker 1816 
47 Hester 1817-1819 
295 Cherry 1820 
44 Hester 1821 
Lewis n. North 1822 
Sheriff n. Stanton 1823-1824 

Dingley, Charles, printer 
220 Varick 1831 

Dingley, Charles, music teacher 
220 Varick 1832 

440 Broome c. Broadway 1833 

130 Sullivan 1834 

Carmine n. Bleecker 1835 

Ditz, John, musician 

103 Mott 1828 

Dixon, widow, Elizabeth T., music teacher 
112 Delancey 1831 

284 Broome 1832 

Dixon, widow, Elizabeth T., music teacher 

not in 1833 

Dixon, Elizabeth 
rear 284 Broome 1834 

Dixon, Eliza, music teacher 
27 Stanton 1835 



1 Madam Deseze is advertised in the New York Eve- 
ning Post from December, 1800, to January, 1809, as 
having appeared as singer on the New York concert 
stage. 



Dodge, John, musician 
3 Pump st. Bowery 1792 

Dodge, John, mariner 
3 Pump st. Bowery 1793-1794 

Dodworth, Allen, prof, of music 
493 Broadway 1844 

448 Broome 1845-1846 

Dodworth, Allen, prof, of music & 
teacher of dancing 
448 Broome, h. 448 Broome 1847-1849 

Dodworth, Allen, professor of music 
448 Broome 1850 

Dodworth, Allen, professor of music & 
teacher of dancing 
448 Broome, h. 448 Broome 1851 

806 Broadway 1852-1853 

Dodworth, Allen, music 
806 Broadway, h. 806 Broadway 1854 

806 Broadway 1855 

Dodworth, Allen, dancing 
806 Broadway 1856 

h. 806 Broadway 1857 

Dodworth, Allan, dancing 
h. 806 Broadway 1858 

Dodworth, Allen, teacher of dancing 
h. 806 Broadway 1859 

Dodworth, Allen, dancing 
h. 806 Broadway 1860 

Dodworth, Allen, dancing not in 1861 

Dodworth, Allen, teacher of dancing 
Dodworth's studio building 
204 Fifth av. 1862 

Dodworth, Allen, dancing 
204 Fifth av. 1863-1864 

Dodworth, Allan, dancing 
212 Fifth av., h. 137 Montague, B'kyn 1865 
212 Fifth av. 1866-1867 

Dodworth, Allen, teacher 
h. 681 Fifth av. bet 53 & 54th 1868 

Dodworth, Allen, dancing 
681 Fifth av. 1869 

h. 681 Fifth av. 1870 

681 & 212 Fifth av. 1871 

212 Fifth av. 1872 

h. 212 Fifth av. 1873 

212 Fifth av. 1874 

Dodworth, Allen, academy for dancing 
212 Fifth av. c. W 26th 1875 

Dodworth, Charles R., musician 
67 Marion 1847-1848 

Dodworth, Charles R., musician 

not in 1849 or 1850 
313 Broome 1851 

h. 62 King 1852 

h. 667 Houston 1853 

Dodworth, Charles R., prof, music 
h. 667 Houston 1854 

Dodworth, Charles R., music 
h. 667 Houston 1855 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Dodworth, Charles R., musician 

h. 667 Houston 1856 

Dodworth, Charles R., professor 

h. 667 Houston 1857 

Dodworth, Harvey B., teacher of music 

493 Broadway 1845-1849 

Dodworth, Harvey B., musician 

493 Broadway, h. 493 Broadway 1850 

Dodworth, Harvey B., teacher of music 

493 Broadway 1851 

Dodworth, H. B. & Co., music 

493 Broadway 1852-1854 

Dodworth, Harvey B., music 

493 Broadway 1852-1853 

Dodworth, Harvey B., musician 

493 Broadway, h. 493 Broadway 1854 

Dodworth, Harvey B., music 

493 Broadway 1855-1857 

6 Astor pi., h. 400 Broome 1858 

6 Astor pi. & 422 Broome, h. 400 
Broome 1859-1860 

6 Astor pi. & 422 Broome, h. 95 

Thompson 1861 

6 Astor pi. & 422 Broome, h. 180 E. 
21st 1862 

6 Astor pi., h. 180 E. 21st 1863 

Dodworth, Harvey B., mus. insts. 

6 Astor pi. & 422 Broome, h. 3 E. 73rd 

1864-1865 

6 Astor pi., h. 3 E. 73rd 1866 

Dodworth, Harvey B., musician 

6 Astor pi., h. 3 Willow ter. 1867 

Dodworth & Son, mus. insts. 

6 Astor pi. 1866-1867 

Dodworth, H. B. & Son, music 

6 Astor pi. 1868 

Dodworth, Harvey B., mus. inst. 

6 Astor pi., h. Morrisania 1868 

Dodworth, Harvey B., musician 

6 Astor pi. & 422 Broome, h. Mor- 
risania 1869-1870 
Dodworth, Harvey B., music 

6 Astor pi. & 422 Broome, h. Mor- 
risania 1871 

422 Broome, & 706 B'way, h. Morrisania 1872 

422 Broome, h. Morrisania 1873-1874 

Dodworth, Harvey B., musician 

23 Union sq., h. Fulton av. n. 168th 1875 
Dodworth's Band 

23 Union sq. 1875 

Dodworth, Olean H., mus. insts. 

6 Astor pi., h. 3 E. 73rd 1866-1867 

Dodworth, Olean H, music 

6 Astor pi., h. Melrose 1868 

6 Astor pi. 1869 

6 Astor pi., h. 164 E. 126th 1870-1871 

706 Broadway, h. Morrisania 1872 

Dodworth, Olean H., music not in 1873-1875 



Dodworth, Thomas, musician 

rear 88 Elizabeth 
Dodworth, Thomas, prof, music 

rear 88 Elizabeth 

107 Mott 

rear 107 Mott 

rear 59 Crosby 



1829 

1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
Dodworth, Thomas, prof, music not in 1834 

15 Thompson 1835-1839 

410 Broadway 1840 

402 Broadway 1841-1842 

Dodworth, Thomas, music store 

422 Broadway 1843 

Dodworth, Thomas, confectioner 

493 Broadway 1844-1849 

Dodworth, Thomas, confectionery 

493 Broadway, h. 493 Broadway 1850 

Dodworth, Thomas, musician 

493 Broadway 1851 

Dodworth, Thomas, musician not in 1852-1853 
Dodworth, Thomas J., music 

Broadway, h. 112 Thompson 1854 

Dodworth, Thomas J., music not in 1855-1856 
Dodsworth, Jefferson, music 

h. 210 Mulberry 1857-1858 

Dodworth, Thomas J., musician 

h. 210 Mulberry 1859 

Dodworth, Thomas J., musician not in 1860- 

1862 
Dodworth, Thomas J., music 

6 Astor, h. 182^ E. 21st 1863 

Dodworth, Thomas J., musician 

h. 184 E. 21st 1864 

Dodworth, Thomas Jefferson, musician 

h. 184 E. 21st 1865 

Dodworth, Thomas Jefferson, musician 

not in 1866 
Dodworth, Thomas J., musician 

h. ft. E. 57th 1867 

h. 448 E. 57th 1868 

Dodworth, Thomas J., musician 

not in 1869-1874 
Dodworth, Thomas J., music 

23 Union sq., h. Morrisania 1875 
Donaghue, John, musician 

rear 44 Prince 1830 

Dressier, William. See Part II. 
Duplessey, Anthony, musician 

near Union-furnace 1803 

Dwpuy, Lewis 

24 Reed 1797 
Dupuy, Lewis, musician 

345 Broadway 1798 
Dyer, Samuel, teacher 

44 Lumber 1826 
Dyer, Samuel, teacher not in 1827 
Dyer, Samuel, music teacher 

44 Lumber 1828 

Brooklyn 1829 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



Earheart, Sebastian, musician 




4 Mulberry 


1791 


Eerhart, John, musician 




4 Mulberry 


1792 


Eberle, Jacob, musician 




67 Nassau 


1824-1825 


Eberle, Frederick, musician 




SO Cross 


1826 


32 Laurens 


1827 


30 Sheriff 


1828 


Eberle, Frederick, musician 


not in 1829 



Eberle, Maria, widow of Jacob, fruiterer 

61 Church 1830 

Emmerson, Christopher, musician 

Barley 1802 

Erben, Peter, tanner 

209 William 1795 

Erben, Peter, tanner not in 1796 

204 William 1797 

Erben, Peter, grocer 

29 Division 1798 

49 Church 1799 

Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

83 Fair 1800 

23 George 1801-1806 

66 Mott 1807-1819 

Erben, Peter, teacher of music not in 1820 

101 Pump n. Mott 1821 

101 Pump 1822 

103 Pump 1823-1824 

Erben, Peter, music-teacher 

103 Pump 1825-1826 

125 Pump 1827-1828 

163 Walker 1829-1830 

Erben, Peter, prof, of music 

18 Avenue D 1831 

369 Broome 1832-1834 

rear 136 Mulberry, h. 210 Mott 1835 

Erben, Peter, music 

369 Broome c. Mott 1836-1841 

Erben, Peter, prof, music 

369 Broome c. Mott 1842 

Erben, Peter, organ mnf. 
r. 136 Mulberry, h. 369 Broome c. Mott 1843 

Erben, Peter, prof, music 

234 Henry 1844 

Erben, Peter, professor of music 

118 Prince 1845-1846 

110 Laurens 1847 

206 Mulberry 1848-1849 

Erben, Peter, musician 

206 Mulberry 1850 

Ernst, Philip, prof, music 

90 Canal 1840 

68 Canal 1841-1842 

395 Broadway 4843-1845 

Ernst, Philip, professor of music & teacher 
of the flute and guitar, — a fine assort- 
ment of guitars & Boehm flutes on hand 

395 Broadway 1846 



1847-1848 

1849 

1850 

1851-1852 
not in 1853 

1854 

1855 
1856 



Ernst, Philip, professor 

395 Broadway 
Ernst, Philip, prof, music 

293 Broadway 
Ernst, Phillip, professor 

397 Broadway 
Ernst, Philip, prof, of music 

397 Broadway 
Ernst, Philip, prof, of music 
Ernst, Philip, music teacher 

821 Broadway 
Ernst, Philip, music 

47 E. 12th 

55 E. 12th 
Ernst, Philip, teacher 

h. 47 W. 26th 1857 

Ernst, Philip, teacher of the Boehm flute 
and music 

47 W. 26th, h. Morrisania 1858 

Ernst, Philip, teacher 

47 W. 26th, h. Morrisania 1859 

Ernst, Philip, teacher of the flute and guitar 

47 & 49 W. 26th, h. 49 W. 26th 1860 

Ernst, Philip, music 

47 W. 26th 1861 

47 W. 26th, h. 311 Sixth av. 1862 

h. 311 Sixth av. 1863 

Ernst, Philip, professor of music 

h. 311 Sixth av. 1864 

Ernst, Philip, musician 

h. 311 Sixth av. 1865 

Ernst, Philip, music 

h. 311 Sixth av. 1866 

Ernst, Philip, music not in 1867 

Ernst, Philip, prof, of music 

819 B'way, southwest corner of 12th 
St., room 7 1868 

Etienne, Denis, musician 

14 Franklin 1818 
Etienne, Denis, musician not in 1819-1820 
Etienne, D., teacher of music 

3 Courtlandt 1821 

Etienne, D., teacher of music not in 1822 

Etienne, D. 

11 Mercer 1823-1829 

31 Howard 1830 

Etienne, D. not in 1831 

499 Broadway 1832 

Etienne, D. not in 1833 

Etienne, Dennis G., prof, music 
47 Mercer 1834-1835 

Everdell, James, musician 
34 Cedar 1798-1799 

245 Greenwich 1800 

252 Greenwich 1801-1802 

90 Chamber - 1803-1804 

Everdell, James, musician not in 1805, but 

listed in Trade Directory of 1805 

Everdell, James, musician not in 1806-1807 

15 Barclay 1808 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Everdell, James, musician, continued 

255 Greenwich 1809-1815 

Bowery n. Grand 1816 

Everdell, James, musician not in 1817-1826 

88 John 1827 

240 Duane c. Greenwich 1828-1829 

54 Wooster 1830-1831 

303 Washington 1832 



1835 



1834 



Fairbanks, Ranson A., music teacher 

185 Elm 
Farrier, James, musician 

rear 125 Clinton 
Fehrman, Edward, teacher of music and 
the German language 

177 Grand 
Ferch, Melchior, musician 

at the Apollo, Bowery L 
Ferch, Melchior, musician 
Ferris, Milchard, musician 

33 Church 
Ferg, Melgior, tavern-keeper 

22 Church 
Melchior, Ferch, musician 

22 Church 
Fereck, Melchior, tavern keeper 

24 Church 
Fereck, Melchior, tavern keeper 
Ferch, M., musician 

24 Church 
Ferrall, Ann, prof, of music 

8 Madison 

Ferrall, Ann, prof, of music not in 1831-1832 
Farrell, Anna L., music teacher 



1834-1835 

1789 

not in 1790-1792 



1793 
1794 
1795 

1796 

not in 1797 

1798 
1830 



43 Cherry 


1833 


Ferrero, Stephen, musician 




21 Howard 


1835 


Ferrier, John, musician 




rear 102 Eldridge 


1835 


Foos, George, musician 




Greenwich 


1791-1792 


32 Church 


1793 


26 George 


1794 


Foos, George, musician 


not in 1795 


cor. Catharine & Little Ann 


1796 


Little Ann 


1797-1799 


Foos, George, grocer 




corner Little Ann 


1800 


corner Little Catharine 


1801 


corner L. Catharine & L. Ann 


1802 


Foos, George 




L. Ann 


1803 


Elm 


1804 


Anthony 


1805 


Elm 


1806-1808 


117 Elm 


1809 


52 Elm 


1810-1811 


Foos, George, musician 




52 Elm 


1812-1815 



Foos, George, musician not in 1816 

52 Elm 1817-1818 

Forde, Denham L., painter 

5 York 1832 

Forde, Denham L., musician 

5 York 1833 

5 Centre 1834 

Francis, John, musician 

25 Provost 1830 

Francis, John S., musician 

25 Provost 1831 

Fraser, widow Eliza I., teacher of music 

276 Greenwich 1819 

1 Chamber 1820 

Fraser, Thomas, musician 

45 Vande water 1802 

Frick, Joseph, musician 

8 Elizabeth 1834 

Gabel, Henry, musician 

Bayard 1791 

Bayard St., Bowery 1792 

Geavel, Henry, musician 

cor. of Wine & Bayard 1793 

Gabel, Henry, musician 

Bayard st. (Bowery) 1794 

cor. Bayard & Wine 1795 

cor. Wine & Bayard (Bow.) 1796 

Bayard, cor. of Winne 1797-1798 

Cable, Henry, musician 

Bayard 1799 

Garval, Henry, music teacher 

Bayard 1800-1801 

Goebell, Henry, musician 

Bayard 1802 

Galusha, Elijah B., music 

234 Broadway 1846 

Galusha, Elijah B., clerk, cus. ho. 

h. 47 Warren 1847 

Galusha, Elijah B., clerk, cus. ho. asst. 
treas. office 

h. 19 Warren 1848 

Garrison, Cato, laborer 

66 Murray 1807-1808 

Garrison, Cato, laborer not in 1809-1811 

Garrison, Cato, drummer 

245 William 1812 

34 Mulberry 1813-1814 
Garrison, Cato, mariner 

32 Mulberry 1815 
Garrison, Christopher, musician 

7 Duane 1827 

Augustus n. Pearl 1828 
Gauvreau, Zephirin, organist 

64 Gold 1830 
Gauvreau, Zephirin, organist not in 1831 

218 Rivington 1832 
Gear, James, musician 

161 Canal 1826 

35 Wooster 1827 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



Gear, Joseph, musician 

35 Wooster 1828 

Geib, Adam. See Part II. 
Geib, George. See Part II. 
Geib, George H. See Part II. 
Gentil, Peter F., dancing master 

I George 1807 
Gentil, Peter F., music master 

II Barley 1808 
115 Duane 1809 
105^ Reed 1810-1823 

Gentil, Peter F., professor of music 
105^ Reed 1824-1828 

105^ Reade 1829-1835 

George, Orion, musician 

13 Broad 1791 

Gestenecker, John, musician 
109 Duane 1818 

22 Spruce 1819 

Gestenecker, Anthony & Son, musicians 
22 Spruce 1820 

Gerstenecker, John A., musician 

39 Elizabeth 1821 
58 Warren 1822 
115 Forsyth 1823 

Gerstenecker, John A., musician not in 1824- 

1825 
Gerstenecker, Anthony, musician 

10 Ann 1826 
Gerstenecker, Anthony, musician not in 1827 
Gerstenecker, John, professor of music 

69 James 1828-1829 

148 Duane 1830 
133 Chapel 1831 

40 Grand 1832 
Gerstenecker, John, professor of music 

not in 1833 
Gerstenecker, John, professor music 
79 Crosby " 1834-1835 

See also Kerstenecker 

Gideon, Jacob, trumpeter 

1 Republican-alley 1809-1810 
Frankfort 1811 

11 Republican alley 1812 

2 Republican alley 1813-1816 

149 Reed 1817 
Gideon, Jacob, trumpeter not in 1818-1824 
Gideon, Tacob 

47 Barclay 1825 

Gilfert, George. See Part II. 
Gilfert, Henry, teacher of music 

32 Nassau 1802 

Gillingham, George, musician 

43 Lispenard 1819-1820 

Beach n. Chapel 1821-1824 

Glancy, William, musician 

27 Reed 1819 

Glenn, Elijah B., carpenter 

154 Thompson 1832 

Glenn, Elijah B., carpenter not in 1833 



Glenn, Elijah B., organist 

2 Sullivan 1834 

39 Wooster 1835 

Godone, John, prof, music 

403^ Broadway, h. 403^ Broadway 1850 
Godone, John, prof, music not in 1851-1864 
Godone, John, prof. 

h. 278 W. 24th 1865-1866 

Godone, John 

h. 60 W. 28th 1867 

Godone, John, music 

h. 60 W. 28th 1868 

h. 112 W. 28th 1869 

Godone, John, music not in 1870 

h. 112 W. 28th 1871 

Godone, John, music not in 1872 

Godoni, John, musician 

h. 112 W. 28th 1873-1874 

Godoni, John, music 

h. 112 W. 28th 1875 

Goldbergh, J. C, teacher of pianoforte 

Greenwich cor. Harrison 1803-1804 

Goldbergh, J. C. listed under Music Professors 
in Trade Directory of 1805 
Goodwin, Thomas, musician 

135 Grand 1829 

134 Wooster 1830-1832 

7 Vandam 1833-1835 

Gorrin, Cyprian, teacher music 

404 Broadway 1835 

Goward, Isaac, belles lettres teacher 

371^ Grand 1830 

Goward, Isaac, prof, music 

152 Nassau & 371^ Grand 1831 

Goward, Isaac, teacher 

371^ Grand 1832-1833 

241 Bowery 1834 

252 Bowery 1835 

Grenier, Jacob, professor of music 

60 Chapel 1812 

62 Chapel 1813 

Greenier, Jacob, professor of music 

62 Chapel 1814 

Grenier, Gabriel, teacher 

62 Chapel 1815 

Griffiths, H. C, composer 

300, 538 & 773 Broadway, h. 772 
Greenwich 1855 

Haggenmacher, I. H, prof, music 



17 Chatham 


1830 


70 Mott 


1831 


10 Division & 30 Pell 


1832 


10 Division 


1833 


Hall, Joshua, prof, music 




29 Clarke c. Spring 


1835 


Hall, William, musician 




229 Sullivan 


1829-1830 


Hall, William, musician 


not in 1831 






10 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Hall, William, painter 

229 Sullivan 1832-1833 

Hall, William, musician 

229 Sullivan 1834-1835 

Hallet, James, musician 

7 Charlotte' 1809-1810 

Hallet, James, musician not in 1811 

83 Hester 1812 

Broome n. Corlaer's hook 1813-1814 

Corl-hook n. Broome 1815-1816 

Water n. Gouverneur 1817-1818 

Mechanic-alley 1819 

Grand n. East River 1820 

Grand n. Mangin 1821-1822 

528 Grand n. Arundel 1823 

Mangin n. Broome 1824 

551 Grand 1825- 

Hallet, James, musician not in 1826 

536 Grand 1827 

538 Grand 1828-1829 

509 Grand 1830 

538 Grand 1831-1832 

Hallock, Eliza, music teacher 

105 Mercer 1827 

Hamlet, George, musician 

169 Duane 1826 

Hammerman, George, musician 

2 Church 1792 

Hammerman, George, musician not in 1793 

Himmelman, George, musician 

27 Church 1794 

Himmelman, George, musician not in 1795- 

1796 

29 Church 1797 
Himmelman, George, musician not in 1798 

243 Broadway 1799-1803 

9 Ann 1804 

27 Bedlow 1805-1806 

upper end Chapel 1807-1808 

62 Chapel 1809 

30 Cedar 1810 
6 Carlisle 1811-1813 

Hance, J. F., music master 

76 Canal 1826 
Hance, J. F., music academies 

12 Mercer and 43 Barclay 1827 
Hance, J. F., music academies not in 1828-1830 
Hance, James, prof, music 

45 Barclay 1831 
Hanville, John, music master 

36 Cross 1811 
Harden, William, musician 

55 Walker 1813 
Harden, William, grocer 

Sixth c. Hester 1814 

Grand c. Fourth 1815 
Harden, widow of William 

Water n. Gouverneur 1816 
Harvey, Joseph, musician 

Chambers 1789 



Harvey, Joseph, musician not in 1790 

4 Mulberry 1791 
Haskins, Annah K., teacher of music 

181 Fulton 1819 

181 Fulton & 576 Pearl 1820 

Hayden, Palmer, musician 

5 Allen 1829 
Haynes, Elizabeth, teacher 

Greene c. Spring 1821 

Haynes, Elizabeth, teacher music & drawing 

449 Broome 1822-1824 

Healy, Ithamar, farmer 

36 Reed 1800 

Healy, Ithamar, farmer not in 1801 

Healy, Ithamar, musician 

143 Division 1802-1806 

145 Division 1807-1812 

Stanton c. Ridge 1813-1814 

30 Lombardy 1815-1816 

Healy, widow of Ithamar 

Stanton n. Ridge 1817 

Heidelberg, Charles, music teacher 

135 East Broadway 1832 

108 Madison 1833 

39 Lispenard 1834-1835 

Heinrich, A. P., prof, music 

41 Liberty 1843-1844 

Heinrich, A. P., prof, music not in 1845-1848 
Heinrich, Anthony P., composer 

351 Broome 1849 

Heinrich, Anthony P., musician 

351 Broome 1850 

Heinrich, Anthony P., musician not in 1851 
Heinrich, Anthony Philip, music 

15 Rivington 1852 

Heinrich, Anthony Philip, music not in 1853 
Heinrich, Anthony P., prof, music 

15 Rivington 1854 

Heinrich, Anthony P., musician 

15 Rivington 1855 

Heinrich, Anton P., musician 

15 Rivington 1856-1857 

Heinrich, Anton P., music 

h. 15 Rivington 1858 

Heinrich, Anton P., musician 

h. 11 Wooster 1859 

Heinrich, Anthony P., composer 

h. 11 Wooster 1860 

Heinrich, A. P., musician 

h. 3 Carroll pi. 1861 

Heinrich, Antoine, pianomkr. 

h. 151 Elizabeth 1862 

Henry, Mons., musician 

69 Chambers 1797 

Herrman, Joseph Lidel, teacher of music 

72 Liberty 1834 

Hewitt, James. See Part II. 
Higgins, Isaac, musician 

17 Harman 1811 

28 Pell 1812 



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11 



Higgins, Merrit, musician 

17 Charlotte 1813 

17 Pike . 1814 

Higgins, Merrit, musician not in 1815-1819 
Higgins, Morris, shoemaker 
• 14 Pump 1820 

52 Pump 1821-1822 

Higgins, Morris, musician 

553 Broome 1823-1835 

Hill, Levi, music master 

235 Division 1829 

Hill, Uri K., teacher of music 

12 Broad 1811-1812 

Hill, Uri K., teacher of music not in 1813- 

1814 
Hill, Uri K., music master 

8 Fair 1815 

Hill, Uri K., music master not in 1816-1817 
Hill, Uri K., prof, of music 

208 William 1818 

Hudson c. Duane 1819-1822 

Hill, Uri G, prof, of music 

Hudson c. Duane 1823 

Hill, Uri G, prof, of music not in 1824 

Hill, Ureti G, prof, of music 

29 Hudson 1825 

Hill, Ureti G, prof, of music not in 1826 

Hill, Uri G, prof, of music 

259 William 1827 

57 Cross 1828 

Hill, T. G, prof, music 

430 Pearl 1829 

Hill, U. T., prof, music 

430 Pearl 1830 

Hill, U. G, prof, music 

166 William 1831 

29 Madison 1832 

Hitchcock, B. 

67 Mulberry 1809-1811 

Hitchcock, Barnes, musician 

rear 67 Mulberry 1812 

Hitchcock, George, black musician 

73 Lombardy 1821 

136 Bancker 1822 

Hitchens, widow Ann, music teacher 

Pearl c. Centre 1830 

Hodge, William, musician 

538 Pearl 1826-1827 

Hodge, William, musician not in 1828 

Hodge, William 

19 Thomas 1829 

Hodge, William not in 1830 

Hodge, William, musician 

33 Leonard 1831-1832 

Hoffman, George, musician 

475 Greenwich 1835 

Hoffman, James H, musician 

307 Washington 1798 

Hoffman, J. H., musician 

E. Washington or 40 Barclay 1799 



Hoffman, J. H, musician, continued 

71 Church 1800 

Catharine 1801-1803 

Anthony 1804 

Hoffman, J. H, musician, and grocer 

Anthony 1805-1807 

Hoffman, J. H, musician 

51 Anthony 1808-1814 
50 Anthony 1815-1828 

Hoffman, James H, musician 

50 Anthony 1829-1830 

Anthony 1831 

50 Anthony 1832 

Hoffman, James H, musician not in 1833 

Hoffman, James H, merchant 

52 Spring, h. 50 Anthony 1834 
Hoffman, Warren M., musician 

rear 12 Mott 1833 

282 Grand 1834-1835 

Hoffmaster, William, musician 

95 Fair 1789-1792 

4 George 1793 

25 George 1794 

187 William 1795-1798 

78 Nassau 1799-1806 

52 Roosevelt 1807 

Holden, David, fidler 

Bedlow 1803 

Holland, R. B., pro. of music 

155 Chamber 1817 

102 Eldridge 1818 

Hollis, Thomas, musician 

2 Old Slip 1792-1793 

10 Old-slip 1794 

Holies, Thomas, musician 

10 Old-slip 1795 

Holies, Thomas, musician not in 1796 

Hollis, Thomas, musician 

29 Cheapside 1797 

29 Oliver 1798 

Hollis, Thomas, musician not in 1799 

68 James 1800-1802 

Hollis, Thomas, musician not in 1803-1808 

Hollis, Thomas, grocer 

Duane corner Cross 1809 

Hollis, Thomas, grocer not in 1810 

Hollis, Joseph, musician 

519 Greenwich 1811 

Holloway, I., painter 

18 Grand ' 1827 

Holloway, John, professor of music 

18 Grand 1828-1830 

360 Broome 1831 

18 Grand 1832-1833 

Hoofmaster, Fredk., musical instru. maker 

Market c. Lombardy 1820 

Hofmaster, Fredk., musician 

Goerck n. Grand 1821 

Hofmaster, Fredk., musician not in 1822-1829 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Hofmaster, Fredk., professor music 
5 Centre 1830 

49 Lispenard 1831 

Hornung, John, physician 
2 Mulberry 1817 

1 Mulberry 1818 

Hornung, John, musician 
73 Chapel 1819 

Canal c. Hudson 1820 

Hornung, John, musician and grocer 

Hudson c. Canal 1821-1824 

Hornung, John, musician 

Canal n. Greenwich 1825 

2\7y 2 Canal 1826 

Hornung, John, musician not in 1827 

Horning, John, musician 
217^ Canal 1828" 

Hornung, John, musician 
26 Hamersley 1829-1830 

Howard, James, musician 
Fourth n. Bowery 1828 

Floward, James, musician not in 1829 

38 Amity 1830 

Hulett, Charles S., prof, music 
470 Broadway 1833 

Hutett, Charles, prof, music 
115 Bleecker 1834 



1823 

1833 

1839 

1840-1841 

1842 

1843-1846 



Irwin, William, musician 

42 Washington 
Iucho, Wilhelm, prof, of music 

42 Gr. Jones 
Ives, Elam, prof, music 

502 Broadway 

65 7 ]/ 2 Broadway 

417 Houston 
Ives, E. jr., prof, music 

417 Houston 
Ives, Enos E. jr., prof, music 

609 Broadway 1847 

Ives, Enos E. jr., prof, music not in 1848 
Ives, E. jr., teacher music 

598 Broadway 1849 

Ives, E. jr., musician 

598 Broadway 1850 



Jackson, George K., musician 

Greenwich-market 1802 

Jackson, Dr. George K., musician 

19 Murray 1803 

Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

2 Pine 1804 

92 Greenw. 1805-1806 

119 Bowery 1807 

278 Bowery 1808 

278 Bowery & 17 Dey 1809-1810 

278 Bowery & 14 Wall 1811 

380 Bowery and 14 Wall 1812 



Jackson, James, musician 




100 Chapel 


1830-1831 


43 Thomas 


1832 


12 Thomas 


1833-1834 


Jackson, Joseph L., musician 




389 Grand 


1834 


391 Grand 


1835 


Jacob, Peter, musician 




Church 


1790 


Jacobi, Peter, musician 




Church 


1791-1792 


27 Church 


1793 


36 Church 


1794-1797 


Jacobi, Peter, musician 


not in 1798 


Jacobus, Peter, musician 




39 Church 


1799 


41 Church 


1800 


Jacobus, Peter, musician 


not in 1801 


41 Church 


1802 


14 Thomas 


1803-1804 



Jacobus, Peter, musician in Trade Directory 

of 1805 only 
Jacoby, Peter, music master 
83 Chapel 1806 

40 Barley 1807 
47 Reed 1808 

Jamieson, Malvina, teacher music 

41 Leonard 1831 
Jamison, Alexander, musician 

8 Grand 1829 

Jamieson, Alexander, musician 

142 Bowery 1830 

Jean, Pierre, musician 

11 Chamber 1804 

Johnson, Andrew, musician 

Dyes 1787 

Johnson, Andrew, musician not in 1789-1791 
Johnston, Andrew, musician 

46 Dye 1792 

Barclay 1793 

Johnson, Ann, music teacher 

25 Dey 1826-1827 

Johnson, John, musicianer 

Crown 1790 

Johnston, John, musician 

Lombard 1791 

Johnston, John, musician not in 1792-1793 
Johnson, John A., musician 

55 Barclay 1794 

251 Greenwich 1795 

Johnson, John A., musician & tavern 

251 Greenwich 1796-1797 

Johnson, Nathaniel, musician 

1 Collect 1812 

Jones, Abner, prof, music 

414^ Grand 1831 

Jones, Abner, professor music 

45 Murray 1832-1835 

Jones, David E., musician 

rear 83 Sullivan 1835 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



13 



Kamrnerer, Joseph, music teacher 
34 Eldridge 1830 

Church 1831 

Kamrnerer, Joseph, music teacher not in 1832 

Kamrnerer, Joseph, prof, music 
4 Division 1833 

8 Elizabeth 1834 
Kearns, John, musician 

74 Mulberry 1821 

51 Augustus 1822 

9 Catharine-lane 1823 

94 Cross 1824 
Keene, Samuel, music teacher 

43 Morton 1832 

Keene, Samuel, music teacher not in 1833 

Keene, Samuel, pictures 

128 Broadway 1834 

Kelly, Francis, musician 

Little Catharine 1799 

13 Tryon-row 1800-1801 

Kendall, Frederick, prof, of the harp 

524 Pearl 1832 

37 White 1833 

Kendall, Alfred, prof, of the harp 

1 King 1834 

Kendall, Frederick, musician 

95 Grand 1835 
Kendall, Thomas, musician 

12 King 1835 

Kerksieg, Erich. See Part II. 
Kerstenecker, Anthony 

3 Mott 1811 

Kerstenecker, Anthony, musician 

3 Mott 1812 

91 Chapel 1813-1814 

316 Broadway 1815 

Kerstenecker, Anthony, musician not in 1816 
Kerstenecker, Anthony 

23 Warren 1817 

See also Gestenecker. 

Kiel, Francis, musician 

179 Duane 1811-1812 

Kale, Francis, music master 

179 Duane 1812 

King, Charles, musician 

117 Mott 1832 

King, Mott, musician 

Cross 1801 

King, Mathew, musician 

333 Broadway 1802-1804 

King, Mathew, musician in Trade Directory 

of 1805 
King, Matthias, musician 

333 Broadway 1806 

King, Matthias, musician not in 1807 

King, Mathew, musical instrument maker 

34 Essex 1808 

King, Mathew, musical instrument maker 

not in 1809-1810 

34 Essex 1811-1816 



King, Mathew . . . , continued 

36 Essex 1817-1821 

King, Mathew, musical instrument maker 

not in 1822-1824 
King, Mathew, cabinet maker 

49 Spring * 1825-1826 
King, W. A., prof, music 

33 Hubert 1834 

Kinsella, Mr., teacher of the flute. Pupil 
of the celebrated Brown of Canada * 

72 Courtlandt 1809 

Kinsela, Mr., teacher of flute & flageolet 2 

144 Greenwich 1813 

Kinsela, Mr., teacher of German flute* 

190 John & Broadway 1814 

Kinsella, Mr., prof, of German flute 
single & double flageolet " 

201 Broadway 1816 

Kinsella, Mr., musician, instruction on 
flute & flageolet 5 

31 Warren 1817 

Kinsella, Mr., teacher of flute, flageolet, 

etc. 6 1819 

Kinsella, Mr., teacher on the flute 

181 Broadway 1823 

Kinsella, George, professor of music 7 

174 Broadway 1824 

5 Gold 1825 

Kinsella, George, professor of music 

not in 1826 
Kinsella, George, prof, of music 8 

297^ Broadway 1827 

Kinsella, George, prof, of music not in 1828 
Kinsella, George, music teacher 9 

297^ Broadway 1829-1830 

Knaible, Andrew, musician 

108 Division 1833 

Knight, Edward, prof, music 

489 Broome 1828 

204 Hudson 1829 

Knight, Edward, professor of music 

50 Walker 1830 
Krollman, John, musician 

415 Greenwich 1828 

Kutz, Frederick, rule maker 

395 Broome 1829 

Kutz, Frederick, rule maker not in 1830 

Kutz, Frederick, musician 

42 Forsyth 1831 

1 New York Evening Post, Nov. 13, 1809. 

2 New York Commercial Advertiser, Sept. 25, 1813. 

3 New York Evening Post, Oct. 20, 1814 

4 New York Evening Post, June 4, 1816. 
3 New York Evening Post, Jan. 2, 1817. 

6 "Has returned. Apply Messrs. Geib, Maiden Lane." 
New York Evening Post, Nov. 6, 1819. 

7 "Removed to 44 Broad St. Lesson in pianoforte flute 
and flageolet." New York Evening Post, Nov. 3, 1824. 

8 "Has reopened his Studio for instruction on the flute 
297 Yi Broadway." New York Evening Post, Nov. 13, 
1827. 

8 "Kinsella, Mr. teacher of piano has returned to the 
city and now ready for pupils — Atlantic Hotel 7 
B'way." New York Evening Post, Dec. 16, 1830. 



14 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Kutz, Frederick, musician, continued 
93 Ludlow 1832 

Kutz, Frederick, rule etc. maker 
300 Broadway 1833 

Kutz, Frederick, prof, music 

156 Orange 1834 

Kyle, Alexander, music teacher 

110 Canal 1828 

110 Chapel 1829 

110 Canal 1830 

Kyle, Alexander, music teacher 

not in 1831-1833 

Kyle, Alex., musician 
118 Franklin 1834 

Lanckenau, Richard, professor music 

48 Delancey 1830-1835. 

Lannay, Lewis, professor of music 

62 Spring 1825 

Lannay, Lewis, professor of music 

not in 1826-1827 
Lannay, Lewis, musician 

1 Chambers 1828 

Lannay, Lewis, musician not in 1829 

Lannay jr. P. A., dancing master 

208 Broadway 1830 

Lannay, Lewis 

188 Chrystie 1831 

Lannay, Pierre, pension francais 

152 Fulton 1831-1832 

Lannay, Pierre, prof, dancing 

351 Grand 1832-1833 

24 Barrow 1834 

Laurent, Jaques Rene, prof, of music 

Rivington n. Bowery 1812 

Crosby c. Bleecker 1813-1814 

Laurent, James Rene, prof, of music 

Crosby n. Bleecker 1815 

141 Crosby 1816-1817 

Ledwith, John, musician 

Neilson's-alley 
Leon, John, teacher of music 

92 Duane 
Leonard, Elias, musician 

52 Chapel 
Leslie, Peter W., musician 

17 Rivington 
Leslie, Patrick W., musician 

13 . Stanton 

14 Stanton 
Lilly, Samuel, teacher of languages, 
mathematics and music 

117 William 
Loss, Christian, music teacher 

34 Dey 

69 Dey 
Lothian, Napier, musician 

373 Grand 
Luke, Charles, musician 

16 Catherine-slip 

Bayard c. Mulberry 



1808 

1823 

1805 

1832 

1833 
1834 



1795 

1797 
1798 

1835 

1821 
1822 



Luke, Charles, musician 
Luke, Charles, painter 

196 Division 
Luke, Charles, painter 
Luke, Charles, musician 
196 Division 
rear 198 Division 



not in 1823 

1824-1825 
not in 1826-1829 

1830 
1831-1832 



1834 
1835 

1819 
1820 

1821 

1822 

1823-1824 

1819 
1820 

1821 



1807 



1831 



McCaffrey, Patrick, prof, music 

250 William 

45 James 
M'Crea, , musician 

24 Bancker 
80 Varick 

M'Crea, James, musician 

308 Spring 

Broome c. Varick 

80 Varick 
M'Gloen, , music master 

122 Anthony 

25 Augustus 
M'Gloen, Edward, music master 

25 Augustus 
M'Kenna, James, musician 

11 Moores row 
M'Kenzie, John & Wm, harmony-hall 

Duane c. William 
Mallat, Francis, musician 

22 Reed 1819 

Mallat, Francis, musician not in 1820-1828 
Mallet, Francis, dancing master 

49 Lispenard 1829 

Mallet, Francis D., dancing master 

85 Varick 1830-1831 

Mallet, Francis D., dancing master not in 1832- 

1833 
Malley, Francis, mus. inst. maker 

21 Leroy 1834 

32 Tenth 1835 

Maroncelli, Piero, teacher music etc. 

66 Lispenard 1834-1835 

Marrener, William, segarmak. & musician 

116 Church 1821 

146 Church 1822-1823 

Marrener, William, segarmak. 

146 Church 1824 

Marrener, William, segarmak. not in 1825-1832 
Marrenner, William, musician 

12 Thomas 1833 
l$y 2 Thomas 1834 

Marrenner, Peter William, musician 
10H Thomas 1835 

Marschhausen, Theodore, musician 
250 Greenwich 1812 

208 William 1813 

Marschhausen, Theodore, musician not in 1814 
250 Greenwich 1815 

Marchausen, Theodore, musician 
70 Chamber 1816-1817 

47 Barclay 1818 



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15 



Marschhausen, prof, of tuning 

64 Barclay 1818 

Marschheausen, Theodore, prof, of tuning 

91 Warren 1819-1820 

Marschhausen, Theodore, prof, of tuning 

91 Warren 1821-1824 

Marschausen, Theodore, prof, of tuning 

62y 2 Barclay 1825-1827 

Marschausen, Theodore, prof, of tuning 

not in 1828 
Marschhausen, Theodore, prof, of tuning 

62y 2 Barclay 1829-1835 

Marshall, Thomas J., musician 

14 Gouverneur " 1827-1828 

60 Gouverneur 1829 

428 Water 1830 
35 Stanton 1831-1835 

Martin, Angelica, prof, music & dancing 

19 Warren 1820 

Martin, William, professor of music 
Burrows 1822 

255 Spring 1823 

150 Spring 1824-1835 

Martineux, German 

429 Broadway 1818 
Martineux, German not in 1819-1820 
Martineux, German, musician 

rear 25 Elm 1821-1822 

rear 94 Duane 1823 

Martino, German, pro. of music 

78 Chapel 1824 

Martinez, Antonio, music teacher 

19 Park pi. 1840 

Martinez, Antonio, music teacher not in 1841 
Martini, Thomas, prof, music 

90 Canal 1842 

Martini, Thomas, prof, music not in 1843 
Martinez, Antonio C, prof, of music 

99 Mercer 1844 

Martinez, Antonio C, prof, of music 

not in 1845 
Martinez, Antonio C, music teacher 

498 Broadway 1846 

Martinez, Antonio C. 

58 Bleecker 1847 

Martinez, Antonio C, impor. 

57 Water, h. 58 Bleecker 1848 
Martinez, Antonio C, professor of music 

h. 58 Bleeckr 1849 

Martinez, Antonio C, music 

58 Bleecker 1850-1851 
Martinez, Antonio C, music not in 1852 
Martinez, Antonio C, prof, music 

106 Av. 4 1853 

Martinez, Antonio C, professor 

106 Fourth Av. 1854 

Martinez, Antonio C, prof, music 

h. 99 W. 11th 1855 

Martinez, Antonio C, prof. 

90 Twelfth 1856 



1859 
1860 

1861 
1862 

1863-1866 
1867-1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 
not in 1873 



Martinez, Antonio C, prof. not in 1857 

h. 153 W. 22d 1858 

Martinez, Antonio C, music 

h. 141 W. 53d 

h. 141 W. 22d 
Martinez, Antonio C, prof. 

h. 141 W. 22d 

h. 141 W. 33d 
Martinez, Antonio C, music 

h. 141 W. 33d 

h. 215 W. 33d 
Martinez, Antonio, music 

h. 215 W. 33d 
Martinez, Antonio C, prof. 

h. 215 W. 33d 
Martinez, Antonio C, musician 

h. 215 W. 33d 
Martinez, Antonio C, musician 
Martinez, E. C, teacher 

h. 215 W. 33d 1873 

Martinez, Antonio C, music 

h. 215 W. 33d 1874 

Martinez, Antonio C, musician 

h. 215 W. 33d 1875 

Massue, musician 

41 Chamber 1800 

Meetz, Richard 

50 Warren 1809 

Meetz, Richard, teacher of music 

50 Warren 1810 

Meetz, Raymond, teacher of music 

50 Warren 1811 

45 Chamber 1812-1814 

Meetz, Raymond, teacher of music not in 1815 
Meetz, Raymond, musician 

45 Chapel 1816 

Meetz, Raymond, musician not in 1817 

Meets, Raymond, music store 

10 Maiden-lane 1818 

10 Maiden-lane & B'way 1819 

Meetz, Raymond, music store 

280 Broadway 1820 

Meetz, Raymond, music store, & teacher 

327 Broadway 1821-1822 

Meets, Raymond, music store, & teacher 

327 Broadway 1823 

Metz, Raymond, music store 

325 Broadway 1824 

Meetz, Raymond, music store 

325 Broadway 1825-1826 

Meetz, Raymond, prof, of music 

83 Lispenard 1827 

83 Leonard 1828-1836 

Metz, Edmond, musician 

5 Division 1828 

197 Wooster 1829 

197 Greene 1830-1831 

Metz, Julius, prof, of music 

20 Lispenard 1828 

64 Lispenard 1829 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Metz, Julius, prof, of music, continued 
14 Walker 1830-1832 

7 Mercer 1833-1835 

Meyers, David L., musician 
96 King 1832 

63 Vandam 1833 

Mickelangelo, Guiseppe, musician 



61 Canal 


1828 


Miller, Frederick, musician 




Bayard c. Elizabeth 


1827 


Miller, Frederick, carver 




44 Beaver 


1828 


Miller, Frederick, carver 


not in 1829 


Miller, Frederick, tailor 




138 Centre 


1830 


484 Greenwich 


1831 


57 Chapel 


1832 


Miller, Frederick, musician 




102 Cherry 


1833 


5 Suffolk 


1834 


376 Water 


1835 


Mills, David, laborer 




144 Bancker 


1816 


Mills, David, laborer 


not in 1817 


Mills, David, fiddler 




144 Bancker 


1818-1819 


Mills, David, shoemaker 




106 Bancker 


1820 


Mills, David, fiddler 




146 Bancker 


1821-1822 


Milon, S., professor of music 




\%y 2 Reed 


1825-1827 


190 Chaple 


1828 


84 Walker 


1829 



Minieuse, William, teacher of French and 
music 

34 Warren 1801 
Moffat, Patrick, mercht. 

284 Broadway 1815 

Moffat, Patrick, mercht. not in 1816 

Moffat, Patrick, musician 
70 Chapel 1817 

Moffatt, John, professor of music 
23 Warren 1815-1816 

Chapel 1817 

Moller, John C, pro. of music 
80 Barclay 1796 

58 Vesey 1797 

Washington 1798-1799 

Hudson 1800-1801 

Moller, John C, pro. of music and organist 
Hudson 1802-1803 

Molleston, S., (colored) musician 

35 William 1833 
Monk, .Stephen, music teacher 

170 Elm 1831 

19 Bowery 1832 

Moore, Thomas, musician 
2 Crosby 1821-1825 

32 Thompson 1826 



Moore, Thomas, musician not in 1827-1834 

184 Varick 1835 

Moran, Augustus, musician 

31 Oak 
Moran, Augustus, musician 
M or and, A. 

142 William 

140 William 

22 Chatham 
Morand, Augustus, grocer 

367 Pearl 
Morand, Augustus 

45 Warren 

6 Cross 

17 Ann 

149 Reed 
Morand, Augustus, musician 

166 William 
Morand, Augustus, musician 

166 William 

68 MacDougal 
Morand, Augustus, prof, music 

166 William 

1 Mott 
Morand, Augustus, confectioner 

166 William 
Moran, P. K., musician 

60 Barclay 

15 N. Moore 
Moran, P. K., musician 

27 Warren 
168 Broadway 

Moran, P. K. 

17 N. Moore 1823 

Moran, P. K. not in 1824 

Moran, P. K., professor of music 

Canal n. Thompson 1825 

126 Broadway 1826 

Moran, P. K., professor of music not in 1827 
Moran, P. K., teacher of music 

144 Wooster 
Moran, Peter K., musician 

say 55 or 59 Lispenard 

89 Varick 
Morozzi, A., musician 

407 Broadway 
Morozzi, Anglio, musician 

28 Chrystie 
Morozzi, Angiolo 

149 Division 
Mulligan, Owen, laborer 

30 Henry 
Mulligan, Owen, musician 

31 Market 
Mulligan, Owen, musician and grocer 

31 Market 1816-1817 

Grand c. Goerck 1818 

Munson, Peter 
Grand c. Essex 1814 



1816 
not in 1817 

1818 
1819 
1820 

1821 

1822 

1823-1825 

1826 

1827 

1828-1829 

not in 1830 

1831 

1832 

1833 
1834 

1835 

1818 
1819 
not in 1820 
1821 
1822 



1828 

1829 
1830 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1813-1814 

1815 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



17 



Munson, Peter H., musician 

Willet's-wharf 1815 

Bleeker n. Bowery 1816 

Munson, Peter H., musician not in 1817-1818 
Munson, P. H., musician 

Bedford n. M'Dougal 1819 

Munson, P. H., musician not in 1820 

Munson, P. H., musician and bask. mak. 

Twelfth n. Fort Gansevoort 1821-1823 

Munson, jr., Reuben, grocer 

253 Bowery 1826 

Munson, jr., Reuben 

Brooklyn 1827 

Munson, jr., Reuben, teacher music 

4 Stanton 1828 

Munson, jr., Reuben, music teacher 

4 Stanton 1829 

Munson, jr., Reuben, professor music 

4 Stanton 1830-1833 

322 Bowery 1834 

146 Forsyth 1835 

Murray, Edwin, physician 

66 Prince 1831 

Murray, Edwin, musician 

66 Prince 1832-1835 

Myers, Matthias, musician 

159 Centre 1833 

26 Hester 1834 

28 Hester 1835 
Myler, William, musician 

29 George 1797 
Myler, William, musician not in 1798 
Mylar, William, tavern 

10 Water 1799 

Myler, widow, Betsey 
Barley 1800-1801 

Nash, Francis H, prof, music (see Brad- 
bury & Nash) 

99 Forsyth 1844-1847 

65 Thompson 1848 

Nash, Francis H, professor of music 

411 B'way, h. 65 Thompson 1849 

411 B'way, h. 224 Spring 1850 

413 B'way, h. 510 Broome 1851 

Nash, Francis H., musician, pianos for 
sale & to let 

510 Broome, h. 510 Broome 1852-1853 

Nash, Francis H., music 

510 Broome, h. 511 Broome 1854 

Nash, Francis H, pianos 

423 Broadway, h. 510 Broome 1855 

Nash, Francis H., musician 

h. 510 Broome 1856 

Nash, Francis H, music 

h. 510 Broome 1857 

Nash, Francis H, musician 

h. 510 Broome 1858 

Nash, Francis H., musician not in 1859-1860 



Nash, F. H., musician 
8 Bible h., h. Eltona 
8 Bible h. 

Nash, William, music teacher 
2 Greene 



1861 
1862 

1829 



Nicholas, , musician 




49 Chamber 


1802 


Nicholas, , musician 


not in 1803 


Nicholan, ■, musician 




21 U. Reed 


1804 


Nicholan, , musician 


in Trade Directory 




of 1805 


Nicolas, 




21 U. Reed 


1808 


20 Reed 


1809 


Nicolas, 


not in 1810-1811 


Nicolas, Gabriel, musician 




20 Reed 


1812-1814 


Gabriel, Nicola 




105 Reed 


1815 


Gabriel, Nicola 


not in 1816 


Nicola, Gabriel 




105 Reed 


1817 


Nidds, William, musician 




455 Pearl 


1832-1835 


Niles, Wallis, musician 




43 Lombard 


1805 


45 Lombard 


1806 


43 Lombard 


1807 


Niles, Wallis, musician 


not in 1808 


Niles, Wallace, musician 




53 Lombard 


1809 


Niles, Walace, musician 




53 Lombardy 


1810 


Niles, Walace, musician 


not in 1811 


Niles, Wallace, musician 




32 Mulberry 


1812 


Niles, Wallace, musician 


not in 1813-1814 


Niles, Wales, musician 




65 Mulberry 


1815 


Niles, Wallace, musician 




65 Mulberry 


1816-1817 


Norton, William, prof, of 


music 


60 Leonard 


1819 


Norton, William 




126 Leonard 


1820 


Norton, William, merchant 




128 Leonard 


1821 


Noser, Joseph, musician 




44 Centre 


1835 


Noth, Sebastian, tavern 




73 Barclay 


1804 


Noth, Sebastian, tavern 


not in 1805-1807 


Note, , musician 




46 Augustus 


1808 


Note, Sebastian, musician 




22 Magazine 


1809 


21 Magazine 


1810 


Note, Sebastian, musician 


not in 1811 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Noth, Sebastian, musician 




rear 37 Augustus 


1812 


Noth, Sebastian, musician not 


in 1813-1814 


Note, Sebastian 




37 Augustus 


1815 


Note, Sebastian 


not in 1816 


Noth, Sebastian, money collector 




rear 37 Augustus 


1817 


Nowetteny, , musician 




7 Spring 


1826 


Nowetteny, , musician 


not in 1827 


Nowotney, Ignace, musician 




81 Greene 


1828-1829 


Nowotney, Ignace, musician 


not in 1830 


Nowotny, Ignatius, musician 




122 Norfolk 


1831 


47 Delancey 


1832-1833 


Nowotny, Ignacius, musician 




88 Mulberry 


1834 


Nowotny, Ignatius, musician 




88 Mulberry 


1835 



Oakey, Martin, drummer 

625 Washington 
Oakley, William H., musician 

22 Stanton 

112 Second 
Oakley, William H., music teacher 

112 Second 

4 Av. 1 

57 Bayard 
Oakley, William H., music teacher 
Oakley, William H., music 

57 Bayard 
Oakley, William H., music not h 
Oakley, William H. & Co., music 

37 Third av. 
Oakley, William H. & Co., music 
Oakley, William H., music 

h. 48 E. 11th 
O'Brian, Charles, musician 

Lumber 
Otto, Henry, prof, music 

30 Pell 

116 Chatham 

21 Ann 



Palmer, P., accountant 

235 Bowery 
Palmer, P., musician 

235 Bowery 
Pardie, , musician 

105 Duane 
Pattison, J. N., prof. 

109 E. 14th, h. 79 W. 17th 

109 E. 14th 
Pattison, John N., prof. 

109 E. 14th, h. E. 83d n. Second av 
Pattison, John N., pianos 

48 E. 23d, h. 605 Fifth av. 



1827 



Pattison, John N. & Co., pianos 

48 E. 23d 

48 E. 23d, h. 451 E. 57th 

48 E. 23d 
Pattison, John N. & Co., pianos 
Pattison, John H,, musician 

h. 317 Second av. 
Pattison, John H., artist 

h. 211 E. 34th 
Pchellas, John F. W., teacher of music 



1870 

1871 

1872 

not in 1873 

1874 

1875 



116 Leonard 

51 Lispenard 

156 Bowery 

49 Canal 

151 B'way, h. 12 James 

146 Elm 

71 Varick 
Pearson, Joseph, music master 

39 White 

15 York 

90 Cedar 
Pearson, Sidney. See Part II. 
Peck, Lawrence, baker 

246 Canal 
Peck, Lawrence, baker 



1825-1826 
1827 
1828 
1829 
1830 

1831-1834 
1835 

1828 

1829 

1830-1835 



1826 
not in 1827 



1840-1841 


Peck, Lawrence, musician 




1842 


138 Centre 
Pelissier, Victor, musician 


1828 


1843 


58 Ann 


1797-1798 


1844-1846 


135 William 


1799-1801 


1847-1849 


Pelissier, Victor, musician and millinery 


not in 1850 


store 






135 William 


1802 


1851-1853 


Pelissier, Victor, musician, millinery 


store 


, 1854-1856 


77 Chatham 


1803 




Pelissier, V., prof, of music, millinary 


store 


1857 


77 Chatham 


1804 


not in 1858 


Pelissier, V., prof, of music 






1 George 


1805-1806 


1859-1863 


Pelissier, Mrs., milliner 






99 Beekman 


1805 


1799 


166 William 
Pelissier, Widow, milliner 


1806-1807 


1832 


166 William 


1808 


1833 


59 Division 


1809 


1834 


Pelissier, Widow, millener 






4 Harman 


1810 




Pelissier, Widow, milliner 




1817 


4 Harman 


1811 




Pelissier, Widow, milliner not in 


1812-1814 


1818 


Pelissier, Victor 






282 Greenwich 


1815 


1818 


Pelissier, Victor 

Pallisier, Victor, composer of music 


not in 1816 


1867 


17 Mulberry 


1817 


1868 


Perkins, Theodore, prof, music 






434 Broome, h. 146 W. 16th 


1863-1865 


av. 1869 


See also Part II. 

Perrossier, James, musician 




1870 


1 Jacob 


1810 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



19 



Petrossier, James, musician 

17 George 1811 

Perossier, James, musician 

17 George 1812-1813 

15 George 1814 

Peterschen, William, musician 
123 Canal 1823 

Peterschen, William, musician not in 1824 

Canal n. Hudson 1825 

205 Canal n. Hudson 1826 

Harrison C. West 1827 

90 Bayard 1828-1829 

90 Mott 1830 

Peterschen, William, prof, music 
90 Mott 1831-1835 

Peterson, Daniel, musician 

48 Bedlow 1806 
Petrie, James, vocalist 

111 Spring 1825 

72 Bayard 1826 
2 Franklin 1827 
110 Madison 1828 

Pierpont, , musician 

251 William 1820 

Pierre, Henry, musician 

49 Cedar 1807-1812 
Pier, Henry, musician 

40 Cedar 1813-1814 

49 Cedar 1815 

64 Cedar 1816 

Pier, widow, Judith, washwoman 
64 Cedar 1817 

Pierson, Nicholas, musician 
rear 141 Leonard 1822 

Pilkington, H. W., professor of music 
33 Provost 1824 

130 Church 1825 

Pilkington, H. W., professor of music 

not in 1826 

Pilkington, H. W. 
199 Church 1827 

Pilkington, H. W., music teacher 
199 Church 1828-1829 

Pilkington, H. W., music teacher 

not in 1830-1832 

Pilkington, prof, music 

73 Fulton 1833 
Pilkington, H. W., prof, music 

99 Beekman 1834-1835 

Pinchard, John P., musician 
88 Mulberry 1834-1835 

Pirsson, Alexander, piano forte mak. 
26 Church 1822 

Pirsson, Alexander, piano forte mak. 

not in -1823-1824 

Pirsson, Alexander T., teacher pianoforte 
26 Church 1825 

Fifth n. 6 Ave. 1826 

585 Broome 1827-1828 



Pirsson, Alexander T., music teacher 
193 Hudson 1829 

329 Hudson 1830-1831 

Pirsson, Alexander T., music teacher 

not in 1832 

Pirsson, Alexander T., organist 
146 Wooster 1833-1835 

Pirsson, William, teacher 
417 Pearl 1799-1801 

near Potters-field 1802-1803 

Pirsson, William, teacher not in 1804 

Pirssons, Win., teacher 
Washington, corner Jay 1804 

14 Doyer 1805 

Pirssons, Wm., teacher not in 1806 

Pirsson, Wm., teacher 
14 Doyer 1807 

16 Doyer 1808-1809 

12 Pump 1810 

206 Bowery 1811 

Mott n. Spring 1812 

Pitman, George, musician 
7 Bedford 1833 

Plain, William, music teacher 
71 James 1827 

28 Chrystie 1828-1829 

259 William 1830 

63 Thompson 1831-1832 

Plain, William, music teacher not in 1833 

Plain, William, musician 
63 Thompson 1834 

69 Sullivan 1835 

Piatt, John 
74 Chapel 1820 

Piatt, John, musician 
84 Chapel 1821 

Plimpton, Job, teacher 
12 Beekman 1806-1807 

27 Liberty 1808 

Plimpton, Job, teacher not in 1809 

Plimpton, Job 

35 Chatham 1810 
Plimpton, Job not in 1811-1812 
Plimpton, Job, academy 

23 Whitehall 1813 

Plimton, Job, academy & musician 

23 Whitehall 1814 

Plimton, Job, academy & musician 

not in 1815-1819 
Plimpton, Job, teacher 

76 Duane 1820 

Plimpton, Job, teacher not in 1821-1831 

Plimpton, Job, pro. music 

36 Lispenard 1832 
Poyer, William J., haircutter 

3 Leonard 1833 

Poyer, William J., musician 
33 Sullivan 1834 

12 Thomas 1835 



20 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Price, James B., prof, music 

47 Wall, h. 59 Grand 1835 
Priestley, Samuel, profess, of music 

115^2 Division 1818 

Prince, David, musician 

49 Henry 1805-1806 

Prudhomme, Angelica, music teacher 

149 Chambers 1825 

Prudhomme, Angelica, prof, of music 

149 Chambers 1826 

Prudhomme, Angelica, prof, of music 

not in 1827 
Prudhomme, Angelica M., teacher music 

48 Vestry 1828 
Purcady, Henry, musician 

6 Barley 1802-1803. 

Purcady, Henry, musician not in 1804 

Purcady, Henry, professor of music 

40 Chamber 1805 

Rabbeson, W. A., turner 

Christopher n. Bedford 1820 

Rabbeson, W. A., teacher 

Christopher n. Bedford 1821 

Rabbeson, W. A., turner 

40 Reed 1821-1822 
Rabbeson, W. A., turner not in 1823 
Rabbeson, Werter A., teacher music 

44 Roosevelt 1824 

Rabbeson, Werter A., music-teacher 

Mulberry 1825 

136 Leonard 1826 

Rabbeson, Werter A., music-teacher 

not in 1827-1833 
Rabbeson, Werter A., upholsterer 

30 Prince 1834 

Reevling, John, musician 

Bayard st. (Bowery) 1795 

Reevling, John, musician not in 1796 

Winne 1797 

Reiff, Anthony, musician 

13 Thompson 1831 
151 Walker 1832 
17 Renwick 1833 
9 Thompson 1834-1835 

Reily, Michael, music teacher 

223 Elizabeth 1835 

Rice, John, master of music 

3 Courtlandt 1791-1792 

Richards, Henry, musician 

72 Murray 1812 

Ridle, Frederick, musician 

14 Orchard 1835 
Riley, E. See Part II. 

Riley, Edward C. See Part II. 
Roberts, Clement, musician- 

149 Church 1825 

Robinson, Thomas, musician 

41 Robinson 1819 



Robinson, Thomas, musician not in 1820-1821 

Canal, n. Chapel 1822 

41 Sullivan 1823 

Rogers, Christopher, professor music 

136 Spring 1832 

136 Canal 1833-1835 

Rogers, James, musician 

157 Reed 1813 

406 Broadway 1814 

25 Elm 1815 

Rogers, James, grocer 

81 Duane 1816 

Rogers, James, musician 

81 Duane 1817-1820 

64 Warren 1821 

75 Chatham 1822 

Rogers, James, musician not in 1823-1825 

89 Orange 1826 

Rogers, James, musician not in 1827 

52 Cross 1828 

Rogers, James, musician not in 1829-1831 

41 Forsyth 1832 

Rogers, Samuel, musician 

37 Howard 1823 

Rollo, John H, music teacher 

527 Broadway 1829 

77 Thompson 1830 

Roose, Salvatore, musician 

50 Leonard 1834 

Rotharmel, Francis, mason 

118 Bowery 1816 

Rotharmel, Francis, mason not in 1817-1818 

Rothermel, Francis 

Broome c. Eldridge 1819 

Elm n. Grand 1820 

Rothermel, Francis, musician 

278 Front 1821 

Roualt, Joseph, gardener 

Broome 1809 

Roualt, Joseph, musician 

37 Chatham 1810 

Ronault, Joseph, musician 

37 Chatham 1811 

Rouault, Joseph, musician 

58 Warren 1812-1813 
61 Church 1814-1815 

Ronault, Joseph, musician 

59 Church 1816 
Rouault, Joseph, musician 

59 Church 1817 

126 Chamber 1818-1819 

Rouault, Joseph, musician not in 1820-1822 

155 Chamber 1823 

182 Fulton 1824-1825 

Rush, Frederick, musician 

209 Broadway 1794 

Rush, Frederick, musician not in 1795-1796 

Rausch, Frederick, musician 

289 Broadway 1797 

209 Broadway 1798-1799 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



21 



Rausch, Frederick, pro. of music 

127 Broadway 1800-1803 

54 Maiden, Lane 1804 

Rausch, Frederick, pro. of music 

not in 1805-1810 

60 Maiden-lane 1811-1814 

Rausch, Frederick, professor of music 

43 White 1815-1819 

Rausch, Frederick, professor of music 

not in 1820 



43 White 


1821-1822 


Russel, Asher, musician 




65 Reed 


1794 


46 Church 


1795 


Ryves, Thomas, musician 




72 Forsyth 


1831 


rear 72 Forsyth 


1832-1833 


369 Bowery 


1834 


Rives, Thomas, musician 




39 Elizabeth 


1835 


Sage, Harris. See Part II. 




St. Luke, John, musician 




145 Grand 


1833-1834 


Saliment, George E., prof, of music 




62 Wall 


1794 


39 Liberty 


1795-1800 


Saliment, George E., prof, of music 


not in 


1801-1803 


Saliment, widow 




27 Nassau 


1804 


Schaffer, Elizabeth, music teacher 




8 Avenue 2d 


1835 


Schemling, Peter A., prof, music 




168 Spring 


1824 


Schmelger, Francis, musician 




rear 59 Crosby 


1835 


Schmidt, Henry, teacher music 




268 Hudson 


1832 


581 Broome 


1833 


96 Watts 


1834 


150 Greenwich 


1835 


Schott, A., musician 




426 Broadway 


1830 


Schott, Adam, musician 




13 Thompson 


1831 


Schrick, Anthony, teacher of music 




193 Bowery 


1827 


168 Elm 


1828-1829 


Schrick, Anthony, teacher of music 




not in 


1830-1833 


Schrick, Anthony 




49 Canal 


1834 


Schrick, Anthony, prof, music 




31 Greene 


1835 


Sconcia, John A., music-teacher 


' 


271 Elizabeth 


1835 


Seymour, Isaac, musician 




Barley 


1798 


Seymour, Isaac, musician not in 1799 



Samo, Isaac, music-teacher 




51 Vesey 


1800 


Samo, Isaac, music-teacher not in 


1801-1803 


Samo, Isaac, grocer 




60 Chamber 


1804-1808 


120 Chamber 


1809-1810 


Samo, Isaac, grocer not in 


1811-1816 


Samo, Isaac, musician 




68 Chapel 


1817 


2 Clarke 


1818 


73 Chapel 


1819-1820 


126 Duane 


1821-1824 


Samo, Isaac, musician not in 


1825-1827 


126 Duane 


1828-1830 


100 Duane 


1831 


113 Varick 


1832 


63 Vandam 


1833 


19 Renwick 


1834 


Siffes, , musician 




396 Mott 


1809 


Siffes, , musician not in 


1810-1811 


Siffert, John C, music-teacher 




51 Anthony 


1812 


Sinclair, John, musician 




173 Elizabeth 


1831 


124 Mott 


1832 


Smith, Peter, professor of music 




69 Barclay 


1812 


Reed c. Chapel 


1813-1814 


Smith, Peter S., professor of music 




205 Church 


1822 


Smith, Peter S., professor of music 




not in 


1823-1826 


Smith, Peter A., professor of music 




217 Spring 


1827 


Smith, Peter A., professor of music 


not in 1828 


Smith, Peter, musician 




43 Essex 


1829 


Smith, Peter A., music teacher 




242 Bowery 


1830-1831 


Smith, Peter A., music teacher not in 1832 


Smith, Peter A., teacher music 




305 Grand 


1833 


9\y 2 Bowery 


1834 


Spencer, Frederick, glasscutter 




118 Ludlow 


1832 


Spencer, Frederick, musician 




9 Clarke 


1833 


Spencer, Frederick, glasscutter 




206 Stanton 


1834 


118 Ludlow 


1835 


Stanley, Robert S., musician 




1 MacDougal 


1835 


Stans, Jacob A., prof, music 




62 Leonard 


1834 


159 Church 


1835 


Stansbury, Silas, musician 




58 Chatham 


1796 


384 Pearl 


1797 



22 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Stayner, Thomas, musician 




Pump near Third 


1806 


72 Pump 


1807 


27 Bayard 


1808 


50 Chatham 


1809 


44 Chatham 


1810 


35 Chatham 


1811 


Stayner, widow, Mary 




248 Greenwich 


1812 


Stella, Albina, teacher singing 




66 Canal 


1834-1835 


Stevens, Peter, musician 




169 Church 


1835 


Stevens, Reuben, grocer 




Orange 


1804-1805 


Stevens, Reuben, drum-major 




Orange 


1806 


Rynder near Grand 


1807 


83 Nassau 


1808 


Stevens, Reuben, mariner 




Anthony 


1809 


Stuart, Sarah, widow of John, music 


teacher 




78 Orchard 


1831 


Taylor, Abraham, musician 




530 Broadway 


1821 


Taylor, Abraham, musician 


not in 1822 


Taylor, Abraham, music teacher 




Bowery-hill 


1823 


Taylor, Abraham, music teacher 




not 


in 1824-1825 


Taylor, Abraham, prof, music 




Bank n. Greenwich 


1826 


Fourth n. Broadway 


1827 


Taylor, Abraham, prof, of music 




Fourth n. Broadway 


1828 


Fourth n. Mercer 


1829-1830 


139 Fourth 


1831-1832 


Taylor, Abraham, prof, music 




139 Fourth 


1833 


314 Fourth 


1834 


Taylor, Abraham, p. of music 




314 Fourth 


1835 


Taylor, George, teacher of music 




19 Minetto 


1829 


60 Carmine 


1830 


110 North 


1831 


237 Elizabeth 


1832 


Taylor, George, teacher of music 


not in 1833 


Taylor, George, prof, music 




657 Water 


1834 


593 Greenwich 


1835 


Taylor, James B., music teacher 




38 Crosby 


1833-1835 


Taylor, P. H., teacher of music 




3 Cortlandt 


1824-1827 


3 Cortlandt & 583 Broome 


1828 


5 Cortlandt & Mulbm. n. Bleecker 1829 



Taylor, P. H., music teacher 

16 Cortlandt 1830 

Taylor, Patrick H., music teacher 
69 Franklin 1831-1832 

say 53 Franklin 1833 

Taylor, Patrick T., musician 
42 Wooster 1824 

Taylor, Samuel P., organist 
Front st. Brooklyn 1811 

Taylor, William, music professor 

Chrystie c. Stanton 1825-1826 

20 Stanton 1827 

102 Mott 1828 

128 Bowery 1829 

Taylor, William, music professor not in 1830 

Taylor, William, professor of music 
453 Broome 
213 Greene 

75 Hudson 
Thibault, , professor of music 

10 Walker 

Provost n. Chapel 
Thibeaust, Charles 

26 Walker 
Thibault, Charles, professor of music 

26 Walker 

26 Lispenard 

26 Walker 
Thibault, Charles 

6 Thompson 

15 Walker 
Thibault, Charles, music master 

15 Walker 
Thibault, Charles 

15 Walker 
Thomas, Alexander, musician 

76 Chapel 
Thornton, Thomas, musician 

Asylum n. Perry 

57 Fourth 
Toderhorst, , music teacher 

109 Water 
Torp, Otto 1 

25 Murray 
Torp, Otto, prof, music 

87 Greene 

465 Broadway 
Torp, Otto, music store 

465 Broadway 
Torp, Otto, music 

465 Broadway 

229 Broadway 

229 Broadway, h. 8 Commerce 

435 Broadway, h. 378 Houston 

h. 378 Houston 
Torrence, Edward, musician 

98 Eastbroadway 



1831 
1832 
1833 

1818 
1819 

1820 

1821-1822 

1823 

1824-1825 

1826 
1827 

1828 

1829-1830 

1830 

1831-1833 
1834-1835 

1822 

1831 

1832-1833 
1834 

1835-1836 

1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 

1835 



1 "Teacher of Spanish guitar and singing. Lately ar- 
rived from Europe." New York Evening Post, 
May 23, 1828. 



MUSICIANS, MUSIC TEACHERS, ETC. 



23 



Tracey, Andrew H., musician 




57 Fair 


1792-1793 


217 William 


1794-1795 


Tracy, Andrew H., musician 




458 Pearl 


1796 


Tragetta, Philip, prof, of music 




James n. Greenwich 


1815 


Trajetta, Philip, prof, of music 




Jones n. Greenwich 


1816 


Bowery n. Art 


1817 


Traub, Charles, professor of music 




26 Mulberry 


1822 


148 Crosby 


1823 


Trust, Henry, harpist 




52 Howard 


1832 


Trust, Henry J., harpist 




422 Broadway 


1833 


188 Canal 


1834 


40 Reade 


1835 


Twells, David, musician 




5 Tryon-row 


1791 


102 Water 


1792-1793 


Twells, David, cooper 




288 Water 


1794 


Twells, David, musician 




1 Hague 


1795 


Twells, David, cooper 




Top of Jews alley 


1796 


50 Bancker 


1797 



Ul shaffer, George, musician 
39 William 1789 

Ulsheffer, George, musician 
50 Nassau 1790 

Ulshaffer, George, musician 
50 Nassau 1791 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician 
50 Nassau 1792 

10 Nassau 1793 

19 Dutch 1794-1795 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician & grocer 

102 Broad, corner of Pearl 1796 

3 John 1797-1800 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician 
3 John 1801-1805 

Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 
3 John 1806-1811 

10 Nassau 1812-1813 

Ulshoeffer, George, professor of musick 

10 Nassau 1814 

Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 
3 Cedar 1815-1817 

Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

not in 1818 

Ulshoeffer, George, teacher of music 
3 Cedar 1819-1820 

2 Cedar 1821-1824 

Ulshoeffer, George 
459 Broadway 1825 

22 Reed 1826 



Unger, Ferdinand 

54 Howard 1834 

Unger, Ferdinand, prof, music 

52y 2 Howard 1835 

65 White 1836 

Unger, Ferdinand C, prof: music 

96 Grand 1837 
229 Broadway 1838 

Unger, Ferdinand C. 

229 Broadway, h. 141 MacDougal 1839 

435 Broadway, h. 55 Barrow 1840 

385 Broadway, h. 55 Barrow 1841 

385 Broadway, h. 57 Amos 1842 

Unger, Ferdinand C, pianomaker 

57 Amos 1843 

32 King 1844 

Unger, Ferdinand C, pianomaker not in 1845 

Unger, Ferdinand C. 

97 Bank 1846 
141 Macdougal 1847 
231 Fifth 1848 
10 Hamersley 1849 

Utt, Peter. See Part III. 



Valleau, Gardner, music master 






151 Madison 




1832 


Value, Peter, music-master 






58 Anthony 


1806-11 


Vanhagen, Peter A., organist 






Barclay 




1791 


Van Hagen, Peter A., organist 






Barclay 




1792 


14 Dye 




1793 


near the Collect 




1794 


Van Hagen, Peter A., professor of 


music 




34 Dey 




1795 


Van Hagen, Peter R., professor of 


music 




34 Dey 




1796 


Varmvik, John, musician 






38 Cross 




1810 


Viella, L., teacher of music 






21 Duane 




1817 


Viella, L., teacher of music 


not in 


■ 1818 


Viella, Louisa, music school 






21 Duane 




1819 


Viella, Mrs. Louise, music school 






59 Reed n. B'way 




1820 


Viella, Louisa, music school 






59 Reed 




1821 


Vultee, Lewis, musician 






272 Broome 




1828 


Vultee, Louis H, musician 






77 Delancey 




1829 


34 Eldridge 




1830 


Vultee, Louis H, musician not in 1831 


-1833 


Vultee, Louis H., prof, music 






34 Orchard 




1834 


142 Bowery 




1835 


Vultee, William A., musician 






24 Eldridge 




1830 


140 Walker 




1831 



24 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Vultee, William A., prof, music 

78 Norfolk 1832 

Vultee, William A., prof, music not in 1833 
Vultee, William, musician 

38 Chrystie 1834-1835 

Wainwright, Thomas, organist 

99 Reade 1832 

Walker, George. See Part II. 
Walker, Stephen, music master 

215 Mott 1826 

Wall, Mathew, harper 

454 Grand 1834 

Wallace, John, musician 

74 Grand 1832-1833 

103 Murray 1834-1835 

Warner, William A., shoemaker 

55 Fourth 1834 

Warner, William A., musician 

87 Barrow .1835 

Watson, John, music-teacher 

29 Hubert 1835 

Watts, Chas., cabinet & mus. inst. maker 

29 Broad 1789 

Watts, Chas., cabinet & mus. inst. maker 

not in 1790-1796 
Watts, Charles, musician 

116 Flymarket 1797-1798 

Weekly, Bartholomew, musician 

11 Jews alley 1810 

Weekly, Bartholomew, musician not in 1811 
Weekley, B. 

36 Bancker 1812 

Weldon, Ira. See Part IV. 



Weldon, , teacher of music 




44 Dey 


1797 


Weldon, , teacher of music 


not in 1798- 




1799 


Weldon, Peter, professor of music 




76 Chamber 


1800-1801 


178 Greenwich 


1802 


Weldon, Peter 




53 Robinson 


1803 


Hudson 


1804 


Duane cor. of Greenwich 


1805 


296 Greenwich 


1806-1807 


Barley corner Chapel 


1808 


Wex, Joseph, teacher music 




72 Liberty 


1834 


Williams, Peter S., drummer 




Washington 


1807 


Williams, Richard L., teacher pianoforte 


102 Liberty 


1825 


49 Sullivan 


1826 


Williams, Richard L., teacher pianoforte 




not in 1827 



Williams, Richard L., prof, music 
7 Cross 1828-1829 

Lispenard c. Broadw. 1830 

Williams, Richard L., prof, music not in 1831 
161 Bowery 1832 

Williams, Thomas, musician 
24 Pell 1835 

Willis, James, teacher music 
415 Greenwich 1835 

Willson, Charles, teacher of music 

115 Wooster 1830-1831 

Wilson, Charles, prof, music 
115 Wooster 1832-1833 

Willson, Charles, prof, music 

115 Wooster 1834-1835 

Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 
330 Greenwich 1804 

42 Robinson 1805 

foot of Reed 1806 

262 Greenwich 1807-1810 

56 Dey 1811 

62 Broadway 1812 

Wilson, Joseph, accountant 
32 Lumber 1813 

32 Delancey 1813 

Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

16 Maiden-lane 1814 

Willson, Joseph, music store 

16 Maiden-lane 1815 

14 Maiden-lane 1816-1819 

Wilson, Joseph, music store 

14 Maiden-lane 1820 

Willson, Joseph, music store 
62 Warren 1821 

Willson, Joseph, teacher of music 
24 North More 1822 

Wood, William, musician 

112 Eldridge 1827 

103 Mott 1828 

Wood, William, jr., musician 
106 Mott 1829-1830 

109 Spring 1831-1833 

Wood, William, musician 
248 Spring 1834 

Worsley, Joshua W., musician 

159 Bancker 1818 

41 Oak 1819 

Worsley, Joseph W., musician 

12 James 1820-1822 

14 James 1823 

Wright, William, music teacher 
315 Hudson 1831 

Wright, William, organ builder 
315 Hudson 1832 

Wynveal, I., musician 
277 Greenwich 1813-1814 



PART II 

Publishers, Printers, Lithographers, and Dealers 



Ackerman, George, printer 

116 Liberty 1829 

3 Reade 1830-1831 

Ackerman, George, music printer 
3 Reade 1832-1836 

40 Vestry 1837 

Ackerman, George W., music printer 
527 Pearl 1838-1839 

228 Church 1840 

146 Mulberry 1841 

Ackerman, George W., music printer 

not in 1842-1846 

Ackerman, George W., printer 

169 Fulton, h. 450 Broome 1847 

r. 25 Howard, h. 11 Marion 1848 

r. 25 Howard, h. 5 W. Broadway pi. 

1849-1851 
r. 25 Howard, h. 217 Mulberry 1852-1853 

Ackerman, George W., printer, listed 
as music printer in Classified Direc- 
tory of 1853 

Ackerman, George W., music engraver 
377 & 379 Broadway, h. 210 Mulberry 1854 

Ackerman, George W., printer 
377 Broadway, h. 210 Mulberry 1855 

r. 53 Mercer, h. 210 Mulberry 1856 

Ackerman, George W., engraver 
r. 53 Mercer, h. 210 Mulberry 1857 

Ackerman, George W., printer 

r. 53 Mercer, h. 210 Mulberry 1858 

Ackerman, George W., engraver 

r. 53 Mercer, h. 210 Mulberry 1859 

Ackerman, George W., printer 
r. 53 Mercer, h. 210 Mulberry 1860 

r. 53 Mercer, h. 78 Spring 1861 

h. 78 Spring 1862 

Ackerman, George W., engraver 
h. 157 W. 38th 1863 

Ackerman, Georgiana W., wid. George 
h. 182 E. 21st 1864 

Ackerman & Co. Samuel, eng. & cop. pi. 
prin. 
63 Vesey 1829 

63 Vesey, h. 311 Wash. 1830 

17 Ann, h. 579 Broome 1831-1832 

Ackerman, Samuel, eng. & cop. pi. prin. 

17 Ann, h. 13 Renwick 1833-1834 

17 Ann, h. 10 Renwick 1835 

Ackerman, Samuel, engraver 1 
212 Greenwich, h. 10 Renwick 1836-1838 
212 Greenwich, h. Avenue 9th 1839 

212 Greenwich, h. Avenue 9th n. Nine- 
teenth 1840-1842 



1 "A Song" by R. S. M. Bonchitte, cop. 1836, S. 
Ackerman, 17 Ann. 



Ackerman, Sam., engraver 
75 Barclay, h. 93 Av. 9 1843 

93 Av. 9 1844 

Ackerman, Sam., engraver not in 1845 

128 Fulton, h. Brooklyn 1846-1847 

89 Nassau, h. 129 Hudson Av., Brooklyn 1848 
Adams, Thomas G, copper plate printer 

23 Chatham 1812 

Adams, Thomas G, copper plate printer 

not in 1813 

Adams, Thomas, copper plate printer 

56 Roosevelt 1814 

8 Warren 1815-1817 

Adams, Thomas, copper plate printer 

not in 1818 

Adams, Thomas, music store 
29 Chatham 1819 

29 Chatham, h. 29 Spring 1820 

Allen, Francis D., printer 
3 Grand 1818 

Allen, Francis D. 

131 Bowery 1819 

67 Christie 1820 

Allen, Francis D., printer 

Harman n. Market 1821 

100 Reed 1822 

43 Hudson 1823 

Allen, Francis D., music and bookstore 

43 Hudson 1824 

Allen, Francis D., appr. Lomb. Asso. 

189 Duane 1825-1826 

Allen, Francis D., agent 
490 Broadway 1827 

302 Broadway 1828 

97 Crosby 1829 

Allen, Francis D., printer 
74 Greene 1830-1831 

90 Grand 1832 
85 Mercer 1833 
570 Greenwich 1834 
31^ Spring 1835 
110 Wooster 1836 

Allen, Francis D., sen., printer 
110 Wooster 1837 

254 Bowery 1838 

Allen, Francis D., sen., printer not in 1839-1842 

Allen, F. Davis, printer 
298 Bowery 1843 

127 Orange 1844 

134 Walker - 1845 

368 Broome 1846 

108 Eldridge 1847 

Allen, Francis D. 
465 Pearl, h. 457 Fourth 1848 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Allen, Francis D., printer 
73 Chatham, h. 204 Av. 3 1849-1850 

Allen, Thomas, stationer and bookseller 
16 Queen and corner of Fly-market 1787 

Allen, Thomas, bookseller and stationer 

16 Queen 1789-1790 

corner of Queen and Flymarket 1791 

Allen, Thomas, bookseller, stationer & 
printer 
12 Queen 1792 

Allen, Thomas, bookseller and stationer 

12 Queen 1793 

181 Pearl 1794 

186 Pearl 1795-1798 

Allen, Thomas, bookseller 

186 Pearl 1799 

Andre, August, imp. music 

145 Elm 1843 

Andre, Anthony, imp. music 
25 John 1844 

Andre, Anthony, music 
25 John 1845-1848 

Appel, John 
221 Broadway 1812 

Appel, John, music st. 
208 Broadway, & 62 Anthony 1812 

Appel, John 
208 Broadway 1813-1814 

196 Broadway 1815 

Atwill, Joseph F., music store 

137 Broadway . 1833 

201 Broadway 1834 

201 Broadway, h. 53 Wooster 1835 

Atwill, Joseph F., music 
201 Broadway, h. 53 Wooster 1836-1837 

201 Broadway, h. 119 Franklin 1838-1841 
201 Broadway, h. 121 Franklin 1842 

201 Broadway, h. 59 Laight 1843-1848 

300 Broadway, h. 59 Laight 1849-1850 



Bacon, George. See Part III. 
Baillie, James, picture frames 

37 Anthony 1838 

148 Leonard 1839 

Baillie, James, picture frames not in 1840 

Baillie, James, artist 

100' Gold 1841 

16 Spruce, h. Av. 4th c. Twentieth 1842 
Baillie, Jas. S., colorer 

16 Spruce, h. Av. 4th c. Twentieth 1843 

Baillie, James S., colorer 

33 Spruce, h. 33 Spruce 1844 

Baillie, James, colorer 

118 Nassau, h. Yorkville 1845 

Bailie, James, colorer 

118 Nassau, h. Yorkville 1846 

Bailie, James 

137 Bowery 1847-1852 



Bailie, James not in directory of 1853 

but is in the card appendix as below 

Baillie, James 

1 Marion 1853 

Bailie, James 

137 Bowery 1854-1855 

Baker, Alfred, artist 
49 Maiden-lane 1833 

Baker, Alfred E., artist and lithographer 
32 Ann, h. 47 Frankfort c. Gold 1834 

Baker, Alfred E., lithographer 

169 Broadway 1835 

8 Wall, h. 47 John 1836 

8 Wall, h. 37 Frankfort 1837 

8 Wall, h. 28 Dey 1838 

8 Wall, h. 1 Whitehall 1839 

8 Wall, h. 19 John 1840 

8 Wall, h. 100 Chambers 1841 

17 Cedar, h. 100 Chambers 1842 

Baker, Alfred E., city marshall 
h. 104 Leonard 1843-1844 

Baker, Alfred E., police officer 
h. 104 Leonard 1845-1848 

Baker, Alfred E., reporter 
h. 104 Leonard 1849 

Baker, Alfred E., reporter "Herald" 
h. 104 Leonard 1850 

Baker, John, artist 
350 Houston 1834 

350 Houstoun 1835 

350 Houston 1836 

350 Houstoun 1837-1839 

Baker, John, artist not in 1840 

350 Houstoun 1841 

Bancroft, Monson, bookstore 
403 Broadway 1828-1830 

Bancroft, Monson, books and stationery 
389 Broadway 1831-1834 

Bancroft, Monson, books and stationery 
and pianoforte, music, prints and 
fancy store 
395 Broadway 1835 

Bancroft, Monson, books & stationery 
389 Broadway 1836 

Bancroft & Holley, bookstore 

8 Astor House, Broadway 1836 
Bancroft & Holley, music store 

395 Broadway 1836 

Bancroft, Monson, books and stationery 

389 Broadway 1837 

Bancroft, Monson, books and stationery 

not in 1838-1843 
Bancroft, Monson, books 

9 John 1844 
Beer & Schirmer, music publisher 

701 Broadway 1862-1866 

Bell & Smith, publisher 
94 Chatham St. 1801 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



27 



Berry, Thomas S., pianos (see Waters & 
Berry, 1851 ; Gould & Berry, 1852) 
447 B'way, h. 113 W. 13th 1850 

447 B'way & 333 B'way, h. 93 W. 13th 1851 
297 B'way, h. 93 W. 13th 1852 

Berry, Thomas S., pianos, Aeolian and 
other pianos & music publisher 
297 Broadway, h. 199 W. 14th 1853 

Berry, Thomas S., pianos 
297 Broadway, h. 93 W. 13th 1854 

441 Broadway, h. 93 W. 13th 1855 

441 Broadway, h. W. 44th n. Sixth av. 1856 
458 Broadway, h. 91 W. 44th 1857-1858 

456 Broadway, h. 91 W. 44th 1859 

458 Broadway, h. 91 W. 44th 1860-1861 

593 B'way, h. 91 W. 44 1862 

593 B'way & 136 Mercer, h. 115 W. 

44th 1863-1867 

593 B'way, h. 115 W. 44 1868 

789 B'way, h. 115 W. 44 1869-1874 

Berry & Gordon, publishers of music and 
dealers wholesale and retail in music 
and piano-fortes 
297 Broadway, Hallet, Davis & Co.'s, 

pianofortes Aeolian, grand & square 1854 
Berry, T. S. & Co., pianos 

593 B'way 1868 

Berry, T. S. & Co., dealers in pianos & 
organs 
787 & 789 Broadway, cor. of Tenth. 
New and second hand pianos and 
organs to rent and rent applied if 
purchased 1869 

Berry, T. S. & Co., pianos 

789 Broadway 1870 

Berry, T. S. & Co., pianos & organs 

789 Broadway 1871 

Berry, T. S. & Co., pianos 

789 Broadway 1872-1875 

Berry, William H., music 

h. 12 Neilson pi. 1863 

Berry & Rogers, merchants (see Rogers 
& Berry) 
35 Han. sq. 1786 

Berry & Rogers, merchants and jewellers 

35 Han. sq. 1787 

Berry & Rogers, jewellers and stationers 

Hanover sq. 1789 

Berry & Rogers, jewellers and booksellers 

Han. sq. 1790 

Berry & Rogers, booksellers and stationers 

35 Hanover sq. 1791-1792 

Berry, Rogers and Berry, booksellers and 
stationers 
35 Hanover sq. 1793 

128 Pearl 1794 

Billings, William B., printer 

5 Park pi., h. Mansion House, Brooklyn 1853 

Billings, William B., printer in classified 

directory of 1853 under music 



Billings & Taylor, printers 

5 Park pi. 1853 

Billings & Taylor, printers not in 1854 
Billings, William B., agent 

375 Ninth av., h. 12 Lamartine pi. 1855 
Billings, William B., real estate 

7 Broad, h. B'klyn 1856 
Billings, William B., books 

321 Broadway, h. 429 Pacific, Brooklyn 1857 
Billings, William B., publisher 

321 Broadway, h. 429 Pacific, Brooklyn 1858 
Birch, Thomas (see foot-note to Hewitt) 

38 Vesey 1819 
Birch, Thomas 

431 Pearl 1820 
Birch, Thomas, music engraver 

112 Pearl 1821 

342 Greenwich 1822-1823 

236 Chapel 1824 
190 Chapel, 235 Chapel 1825-1826 
233 Broadway, 154 Fulton, h. 198 

Bowery 1827 

50 Howard 1828 

137 Chapel 1829 

522 Pearl 1830 

75 Grand 1831 

95 Canal 1832-1841 

Birch, Thomas, music engraver not in 1842 

Birch, Thomas, music publisher 

237 Canal 1843 
291 Bowery 1844-1845 
E. 21st n. Av. 2 1846 
E. 20th n. Av. 2 1847 
293 Av. 2 1848-1849 

Birch, Thomas, engraver 

293 Av. 2 1850 

Birch, Thomas, music 

293 Av. 2 1851 

Birch, Thomas, publisher 

293 Av. 2 1852 

Birch, Thomas, publisher not in 1853 

Birch, Thomas & Son, music 

r. 294 Bowery, h. 122 Eldridge 1854 

r. 148 Mulberry, h. 16 Eldridge 1855 

Birch, Thomas & Son, printers 

124 Grand, h. 163 Chrystie 1856 

Birch, T. & Son, printers 

44 Crosby 1857-1858 

Birch, Thomas & Son, music 

1089 B'way, h. 434 Fourth av. 1859 

521 Sixth av. 1860-1861 

521 Sixth av., h. 119 w. 33d 1862 

670 Sixth 1863 

h. 684 Sixth av. 1864 

719 Sixth av., h. 1 W. 41st 1865-1866 

719 Sixth av., h. 101 W. 41st 1867 

Birch, Thomas A., music 

r. 294 Bowery, h. 122 Eldridge 1854 

r. 148 Bowery, h. 16 Eldridge 1855 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Birch, Thomas A., engraver 






124 Grand, h. 163 Chrystie 




1856 


Birch, Thomas A., printer 






44 Crosby 


1857 


-1858 


Birch, Thomas, jr., printer 






44 Crosby 




1858 


Birch, Thomas, jr., printer 


not in 


1859 


Birch, Thomas A., music 






521 Sixth av. 


1860 


-1862 


670 Sixth av. 




1863 


Birch, Thomas A., printer 






h. 684 Sixth A v. 




1864 


Birch, Thomas A., music 






719 Sixth Av., h. 1 W. 41st 


1865 


-1866 


Birch, Thomas A., music 


not in 


1867 


Birch, Thomas A., publisher 






18 Fourth av., h. 201 E. 16th 




1868 


Birch, Thomas A., printer 






18 Fourth av., h. Morrisania 




1869 


Birch, Thomas A., printer 


not in 


1870 


Birch, Thomas H., music 






122 E. 11th 




1871 


Birch, Thomas A., printer 






111 E. 11th, h. Morrisania 


1872 


-1873 


Birch, Thomas A., engraver 






111 E. 11th, h. College av. n. 141st 


1874 


Birch, Thomas A., printer 






111 E. 11th 




1875 


Black, James, lithographer 






87 Fulton & 138 William, h. 37 


Lis- 




penard 




1850 


Black, James, lithographer 


not in 


1851 


87 Fulton, h. E. 17th n. A v. 4 




1852 


87 Fulton, h. 71 E. 17th 


1853- 


-1855 


92 William, h. 71 E. 17th 


1856 


-1861 


Black, Jas., lithographer 






92 William, h. 71 E. 17th 




1862 


Black, James, lithographer 






92 William, h. 71 E. 17th 




1863 


Black, James, lithog'r 






92 William, h. 71 E. 17th 




1864 


Black, James, lithographer 






92 William, h. 71 E. 17th 


1865- 


-1866 


92 William, h. 118 E. 17th 


1867- 


-1875 


Bleecker, Geo. W., bookstore 






564 Broadway, h. 388 Broome 




1827 


37 Hudson c. Duane 




1828 


Bleecker, George W., bookstore 






Allen 




1829 


172^ Broadway 




1830 


Bleecker, George W., publisher 






68 Nassau, h. 3 Bleecker 




1831 


Blelock, George H., books 






19 Beekman, h. Delaneau 




1865 


Blelock, George H., stationer 






19 Beekman 




1866 


Blelock, George H., books 






51 Mercer, h. Delaneau 




1867 


453 Broome, h. N. J. 




1868 



Blelock, William M., books 

19 Beekman, h. Delaneau 1865 

19 Beekman 1866 

51 Mercer, h. Ill 1867 

Blelock & Co., books 

19 Beekman 1865 

Blelock & Co., stationers 

19 Beekman 1866 

51 Mercer 1867 

Blelock & Co., books 

453 Broome 1868 

Bogert, Isaac D., music printer 

17 Ann, h. 579 Broome 1831-1832 

Bourne, George M., newspaper agent 

359 Broadway 1827 

Bourne, George M., depository of arts 

359 Broadway 1828 

Bourne, George M., engravings & fancy 
store 

359 Broadway 1829 

Bourne, G. Melksham, engravings & 
fancy store 

359 Broadway 1830-1831 

Bourne, G. Melksham 

359 Broadway 1832 

Bowen, John, print colorer 

285 Hudson 1832 

Bowen, John, printcolorer 

49 Maiden-lane 1833 

Bowen, John T., printcolorer 

56 Liberty 1834 

Bowen, J. T. & Co., lithographers 

118 Nassau 1835 

Bowen, J. T., lithographer 

59 Cedar 1836 

Bowen, John T., lithographer 

59 Cedar 1837 

Bradbury, Edward G., music 

42 Beach 1848 

411 B'way, h. 42 Beach 1849 

Bradbury, Edward G., prof, music 

411 B'way, h. 42 Beach 1850 

Bradbury, Edward G., music 

413 Broadway 1851 

413 Broadway, h. 42 Beach 1852 

Bradbury, Edward G., pianos 

423 Broadway, h. 42 Beach 1853 

421 Broome, h. 42 Beach 1854 

421 Broome & 122 Wooster, h. 106 E. 
21st 1855 

421 Broome, h. 106 E. 21st 1856 

421 Broome, h. Lexington av. n. E. 
38th 1857-1858 

421 Broome & 120 Wooster, h. 276 
Lex. av. 1859 

421 Broome, h. 67 E. 23d 1860 

421 Broome & 120 Wooster, h. 82 E. 
23d 1861 

421 Broome & 120 Wooster, h. 67 E. 
23d 1862 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



29 



Bradbury, Edward G., pianos, continued 
427 Broome, h. 67 E. 23d 1863 

h. 67 E. 23d 1864 

Bradbury, William B., music teacher 

142 Eldridge 1842-1844 

Bradbury, William B., prof, music 
469 B'way 1845 

159 Mott 1846 

199 B'way, h. Brooklyn 1847 

Bradbury, William B., prof, music not in 1848- 

1849 
411 Broadway, h. 36 E. 18th 1850 

Bradbury, William B., music 

46 E. 18th 1851 

Bradbury, William B., music not in 1852-1853 
Bradbury, William B., pianos 
421 Broome, h. Bloomfield, N. J. 1854 

421 Broome & 122 Wooster, h. Bloom- 
field, N. J. 1855 
421 Broome, h. Bloomfield, N. J. 1856-1857 
421 Broome & 122 Wooster, h. Lex. 

av. n. E. 38th 1858 

427 Broome & 120 Wooster, h. Lex. 

av. n. E. 38th 1859 

421 Broome, h. N. J. 1860 

421 Broome & 120 Wooster, h. N. J. 

1861-1862 
427 Broome & 25 Howard, h. N. J. 1863 

427 Broome, h. Montclair, N. J. 1864 

427 Broome & 425 Broome, h. N. J. 1865 
427 Broome & 65 & 116 Elizabeth, h. 

14 E. 42nd 1866 

425 Broome, h. Montclair, N. J. 1867 

Bradbury's Music Books, Biglow & 
Maine Publishers 
425 Broome St. 1868 

Bradbury & Nash, music 

411 Broadway 1849 

Bradbury & Nash, profs, music 

411 Broadway 1850 

Brady, Matt B., jewel case man. 

164 Fulton, h. 27 John 1843 

Brady, Matthew B., jewel, miniature and 
surgical case manufacturer 
187 Broadway, opposite John: also 
Daguerrian miniature gallery 207 
B'way, c. Fulton, entrance 162 Ful- 
ton n. 63 Barclay 1844 
Brady, Matthew B., jewel case manf. 

187 B'way & 162 Fulton, h. 63 Barclay 1845 
187 Broadway & daguerreotype gal- 
lery, 161 Fulton, h. 35 Canal 1846 
Brady, Matthew B., daguerreotypist 
205 Broadway, h. 275 Division 1847 
205 Broadway, h. 27 N. Moore ' 1848 
205 Broadway, bds. 120 Chambers 1849 
205 Broadway, bds. American hotel 1850 
205 Broadway, h. 29 Broadway 1851 
205 Broadway, h. Irving House 1852 



Brady, Matthew B., daguerreotypist, continued 
205 Broadway, & 359 Broadway, h. 

359 Broadway 1853 

Brady, Matthew B., daguerreotypes 
205 & 359 Broadway, h. 359 Broadway 

1854-1856 

Brady, Matthew B., photographs 

359 Broadway, h. St. Denis hotel 1857 

205 & 359 B'way, h. Washington 1858 

Brady, Matthew B., photographer 

359 & 643 B'way, h. S. I. 1859 

643 B'wav, h. S. I. 1860 

785 B'way, h. S. I. 1861 

Brady, Matthew B., photographs 
785 B'way 1862-1863 

Brady, Matthew B., photographer 

785 B'way 1864 

Brady, Matt'w B., photographs 

785 B'way, h. Irving h. 1865 

Brady, Matthew B., photographs 

785 B'way 1866 

Brady, Matthew B., photographer 

785 B'way, h. 108 E. 22d 1867 

Brady, Matthew B., photographs 

785 B'way, h. Irving h. 1868 

785 B'way 1869 

785 B'way, h. Ashland h. 1870 

785 B'way 1871 

785 B'way, h. St. Denis h. 1872 

Brett, Alphonse, lithographer 

h. 104 Franklin 1861 
83 Nassau, h. 101 Franklin 1862-1863 

83 Nassau, h. 125 White 1864 

Brett, Anphonse, lithographer 

83 Nassau, 104 Franklin 1865 

Brett, Alphonse, lithographer 

83 Nassau, h. 98 G'wich av. 1866 

83 Nassau, h. N. J. 1867 

83 Nassau 1868 

83 Nassau, h. N. J. 1869 

116 Fulton, h. N. J. 1870 

Brett, Alphonse, lithographer not in 1871 

116 Fulton 1872 

Brett, Alphonse, pres. 

116 Fulton, h. N. J. 1873 

116 Fulton, h. 294 W. 23d 1874 

116 Fulton, h. 27 King 1875 

Brett, Frederick E., lithographer 

116 Fulton, h. 164 Franklin 1871 

Brett Lithographing Co. 

116 Fulton 1873-1875 

Breusing, Charles, music (see Kerksieg 
& Breusing 1849) 

421 Broadway, h. 356 B'way 1849 

421 Broadway, h. 421 B'way 1850 

421 Broadway ' 1851 

421 Broadway, h. 72 Franklin 1852 

421 Broadway, h. Staten Island 1853 

421 Broadway, h. 72 Franklin 1854 

701 Broadway, h. 19 E. 33d 1855 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



B reusing, Charles, music . . . , continued 
701 Broadway 1856-1860 

701 B'way, h. Tremont, Conn. 1861 

701 B'way 1862 

Breusing, Herman 
h. 108 MacDougal 1859 

Breusing, Herman, music 
h. 108 MacDougal 1860 

701 B'way 1861-1862 

Bromberg, S., music store 
395 Broadway 1827 

Bromberg, S., music-store 
80 Broadway, upstairs 1828 

Bromberg, Samuel, music-store 
80 Broadway, upstairs 1829 

145 Broadway 1830 

Bromberg, & Co., Sam., music-store 

145 Broadway, h. 24 Walker 1831 

145 Broadway, h. 82 Franklin 1832 

329 Broadway 1833 

Bromberg, Samuel, music-store 

11 Maiden-L, h. 20 Lispenard, 15 
Maiden-1., upstairs 1834 

Bromberg, & Co., Samuel, music-store 

12 Maiden-1. 1835 
Bromberg, & Co., Samuel, music 

12 Maiden-1., h. 153 Spring 1836 

Bromberg, & Co., Samuel, manufacturers 
and importers of pianos and fancy goods 
112 Fulton, h. 153 Spring 1837 

Bromberg, Samuel 

112 Fulton, h. 153 Spring 1838 

128 Broadway, h. 153 Spring 1839 

Bromberg, Samuel not in 1840-1841 

Bromberg, Samuel, broker 
3 Nassau, h. 85 Laurens 1842 

Brower, Fred. W., music 
603 Broadway, h. 36 E. 20th 1855 

Brower, Fred W., music not in 1856-1857 

Brower, F. W., clerk 
h. 96 W. 25th 1858 

Brower, F. W., clerk not in 1859 

Brower, Fred W., clerk 
h. E. 92d n. Fourth Av. 1860 

Brown, William K., lithographer 

Broadway c. Duane 1843 

Brown, William K., lithographer not in 1844 
272 Pearl, h. Greenwich A v. n. Perry 1845 
272 Pearl, h. 4 Trinity pi. 1846 

272 Pearl, h. 7 Bridge 1847 

272 Pearl, h. 57 Gnwch 1848 

Bufford, John H., lithographer 

152 Broadway 1835 

114 Nassau 1836 

134 Nassau 1837 

136 Nassau c. Beekman 1838-1839 

Bunyie, R. See Part I. 

Burgess, Daniel, books (see Paine & 
Burgess) 
62 John, h. Brooklyn 1845-1846 



Burgess, Daniel, bookseller 
60 John, h. 91 Columbia, Brooklyn 

1847-1849 

Burgess, Daniel, books 
60 John, h. 75 Joralemon, Bklyn 1850-1852 

Burgess, Daniel & Co., booksellers and 
stationers 
60 John, h. 36 Cranberry, Brooklyn 

1853-1855 

Burtsell, Peter, bookseller, stationer and 
binder 
35 Beekman 1801. 

Burtsell, Peter, stationer and bookbinder 
22 Barclay 1802 

10 Wall 1803-1804 

Burtsell, Peter, bookbinder and seller 

10 Wall 1805 

Burtsell, Peter, bookbinder and stationer 

10 Wall 1806 

Burtsell, Peter, bookbinder & stationer 

10 Wall 1807-1809 

Burtsell, Peter, bookbinder and stationer 
10 Wall 1810 

Burtsell, Peter, stationer 

10 Wall 1811-1816 

Wall c. h. 11 Broad 1817-1818 

Wall c. h. 9 Broad 1819-1821 

Wall c. Broad, h. 9 Broad 1822-1825 

Burtsell & Son, Peter, stationers 
Wall c. Broad, h. 9 Broad 1826-1831 

Burtsell, John L., stationer 
Wall c. Broad, h. 9 Broad 1832-1833 

Wall c. Broad, h. 76 Franklin 1834 

Wall c. Broad, h. 25 Mercer 1835-1837 

Burtsell, John L., stationer and account- 
book manufacturer 
9 Nassau, h. 16 Front 1838 

Burtsell, John L., stationer 
9 Nassau, h. 13 Water 1839-1840 

Burtsell, John L., stationer not in 1841 

Burtsell, John L., stationer & account- 
book manufacturer 
14 Pine c. Nassau opposite the custom 
house, h. 47 Pearl 1842 

Burtsell, J. L. 
47 Pearl 1843 

282 Madison 1844 

183 Orchard 1845 

194 Elm 1846 



Campbell, John, bookseller 




88 Water 


1821-1823 


88 Water, h. 368 Broadway 


1824 


124 Pearl, h. 368 Broadway 


1825 


Campbell, John, merchant 




124 Pearl, h. 368 Broadway 


1826 


88 Water, h. 368 Broadway 


1827-1828 


Campbell, Samuel, bookseller 


* 


41 Hanover square 


1786 


44, corner Old-slip 


1787 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



31 



Campbell, Samuel, bookseller, stationer 
and printer 
44 Hanover square, corner of old slip 1789 

Campbell, Samuel, bookseller and stationer 
44 Hanover, corner of old slip 1790 

Campbell, Samuel, bookseller, stationer 
and printer 
corner of Hanover square, and old- 
slip 1791-1792 

Campbell, Samuel, bookseller and sta- 
tioner 
37 Hanover square 1793 

124 Pearl 1794-1815 

124 Pearl & 88 Water 1816-1818 

Campbell, Samuel 

124 Pearl 1819-1820 

Campbell, Samuel, bookseller 

124 Pearl 1821-1823 

88 Water, h. 368 Broadway 1824 

Campbell, Samuel 
368 Broadway 1825 

Carr, Benjamin, music and musical inst. seller 
137 William 1795 

Carr, Benjamin, musical repository 
131 William 1796 

Champley, George, bookbinder 
61 Barclay 1821 

196 Washington 1822-1826 

196 Broadw. & 2 Barclay 1827 

30 exch.-p., h. 105 Wash. 1828 

30 Ex.-p., h. 105 Wash. 1829 

214 Broadway, h. 105 Wash. 1830 

Beekman c. Nassau 1831 

137 Nassau c. Beekman 1832 

118 Fulton 1833 

92 Avenue 8th 1834 

Champley, George, drygoods 
152 Avenue 8th 1835-1837 

141 Avenue 8th 1838-1839 

Champley, George not in 1840-1841 

Chapin, L. D., music saloon 
325 Broadway 1830-1831 

325 Broadway, h. 85 Elm 1832 

Chapin, L. D. 

126 Nassau 1833 

Christman, Charles G. See Part III. 

Clayton, C. O'B., publisher (see Dressier 
& Clayton 1855) 
933 B'way, h. 14 Charles 1855 

Clayton, Chas. O., music 
241 Broadway, h. 221 W. 19th 1856 

Clayton, Charles, engraver 
h. 39 Jane 1857 

Clayton, Charles O., music 
h. 39 Jane , 1858 

543 B'way, h. 39 Jane 1859-1861 

Clayton, Chas. O., engraver 
543 B'way, h. 77 W. 11th 1862 

Clayton, Chas. O.. music 
543 B'way, h. 77 W. 11th 1863 



Clayton, Chas. O., engraver 

593 B'way, h. 77 W. 11th 1864 

Clayton, Charles O., engraver 

593 B'way 1865-1866 

593 B'way, h. 77 W. 11th 1867-1868 

596 B'way, h. S. I. 1869 

Clayton, Charles O., lithographer 

596 B'way, h. 77 W. 11th 1870 

Clayton, Charles O., engraver 

h. 77 W. 11th 1871-1872 

Clayton, Charles O., engraver not in 1873 

Clayton, Charles O., music 

39 E. 13th, h. B'klyn 1874 

Clayton, Charles O., engraver 

39 E. 13th, h. B'klyn 1875 

Couenhoven, James, pianos 

325 B'way, h. 42 E. 30th 1858 

Couenhoven, James, music 

856 B'way, h. 42 E. 30th 1859-1860 

856 B'way, h. 115 E. 26th 1861 

h. 113 E. 26th 1862 

Cowan, John, music printer 

173 Chatham 1835 

Crow, Franklin, lithographer 

h. 12 Downing 1858 

h. 400 Broome 1859 

Currier, Charles, lithograver 

33 Spruce 1845-1846 

33 Spruce, h. 33 Mott 1847 

33 Spruce, h. 33V 2 Mott 1848 

33 Spruce, h. 35 Mott 1849 
33 Spruce, bds. E. Pearl st. house 1850 

33 Spruce, h. 44 Barclay 1851 

Currie, Chas., lithographer 

33 Spruce, h. Yorkville 1852 

Currie, Chas., lithographer not in 1853 

Currier, Charles, lithographer 

33 Spruce, h. Yorkville 1854 
33 Spruce, h. E. 83d bet. Third & 

Fourth 1855 

33 Spruce, h. E. 83d n. Third Av. 1856 

Currier, Charles, lithograver 
33 Spruce, h. E. 83d n. Fourth Ave. 1857 

33 Spruce, h. 83rd n. Third Av. 1858 

Currier, Charles, lithographer 

33 Spruce 1859 
33 Spruce, h. 42 Clermont av., B'klyn 1860 
29 Spruce, h. 42 Clermont av., B'klyn 1861 
33 Spruce, h. 42 Clermont av., B'klyn 

1862-1864 

33 Spruce 1865 

33 Spruce, h. Brooklyn 1866-1867 

33 Spruce 1868 

33 Spruce, h. B'klyn 1869-1870 

Currier, Edward W., prints 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1866-1869 

Currier, Edward W., lithographer 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1870 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Currier, Edward W., engravings 
152 Nassau, h. 28 W. 27th 1871 

123 Nassau, h. 28 W. 27th 1872-1875 

Currier, Nathaniel, lithographer 

1 Wall 1835 
Currie, Nathaniel, lithographer 

148 Nassau 1836 

Currier, Nathaniel, lithographer 

148 Nassau 1837 

Currier, Hannah, widow, of Nathaniel 

21 Vandewater 1837 

27 Vandewater 1838-1839 

Currier, Nathaniel, lithographer 

2 Spruce c. Nassau 1838 
2 Spruce, h. 27 Vandewater 1839 
2 Spruce, h. 16 Rose 1840-1842 

Currier, Nathaniel, prints 

2 Spruce c. Nassau, h. 16 Rose 1843 

Currier, Nathaniel, print publisher 

2 Spruce, h. 5 Dover 1844 

Currier, Nathaniel, lithographer 

2 Spruce, h. 5 Dover 1845 

2 & 33 Spruce, h. 5 Dover 1846 

Currier, Nathaniel, lithographer & print 
publisher 

152 Nassau c. Spruce, h. 272 Fourth 

1847-1848 

152 Nassau c. Spruce, h. 153 MacDougal 1849 
Currier, Nathaniel, publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 153 MacDougal 1850 

152 Nassau c. Spruce, h. 153 Mac- 
Dougal 1851-1852 

152 Nassau, h. 153 MacDougal 1853 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1854-1858 
Currier, Nathaniel, prints 

2 Spruce, h. 137 MacDougal 1859 

Currier, Nathaniel, publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1860 

Currier, Nathaniel, printer 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1861 

Currier, Nathaniel, prints 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1862 

Currier, Nathaniel, publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1863-1864 
Currier, Nathaniel, prints 

152 Nassau, & lithographer 

33 Spruce, h. 137 MacDougal 1865 

152 Nassau & 33 Spruce 1866 

152 Nassau, h. 137 MacDougal 1867-1870 
Currier, Nathaniel, publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 28 W. 27th 1871 

Currier, Nathaniel, lithographer 

125 Nassau & 33 Spruce, h. 28 W. 27th 1872 
Currier, Nathaniel, pictures 

123 Nassau, h. 28 W. 27th 1873-1875 

Currier and Ives, publishers, 

152 Nassau 1857 

Currier and Ives, print publishers 

152 Nassau 1858-1859 



Currier and Ives, prints 

152 Nassau 1860 

Currier and Ives, publishers 

152 Nassau & 2 Spruce 1861 

Currier and Ives, print publishers 

152 Nassau 1862 

Currier and Ives, publishers of prints & 
engravings 

152 Nassau 1863-1864 

Currier and Ives, print publishers 

152 Nassau 1865-1870 

Currier and Ives, publishers 

152 Nassau 1871 

Currier and Ives, lithographers 

125 Nassau & 33 Spruce 1872 

Currier and Ives, print publishers 

123 & 125 Nassau 1873-1875 

Daly, John J., music 

233^ Walker 1849 

Daly, John J., music store 

183 Division 1850 

Daly, John J., music 

90 Division 1851 

419*4 Grand 1852-1854 

419^4 Grand, h. 419^ Grand 1855 

419^4 Grand 1856-1858 

h. 419^ Grand 1859 

419 Grand 1860 

419^4 Grand 1861-1862 

419*4 Grand, h. refused 1863 

419y 2 Grand 1864 

Daly, John J., books 

419 Grand 1865 

Daly, John, music 

419^ Grand 1866 

Daly, John J., pianos 

421 Grand, h. 419^ Grand 1867 

Daly, John J., music 

419^ Grand 1868 

419^ Grand, h. 421 Grand 1869 

179 Eighth av. 1870-1873 

Daly, John J., musical insts. 

179 Eighth av. 1874-1875 

Davignon, Francis, artist 

281 Broadway 1843 

235 Broadway 1844 

Davignon, Francis, artist not in 1845-1846 

33 Spruce 1847 

289 Broadway 1848 

323 Broadway 1849 

Davignon, Francis, lithographer 

323 Broadway 1850-1852 

341 B'way 1853 

Davignon, Francis S., lithographer 

362 Broadway, h. 1 Ninth 1854 

D'Avignon, Francis, lithographer 

80 Leonard, h. 306 Ninth av. 1855 

Davignon, Francis, painter 

h. 415 Seventh av. 1856 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



33 



Davignon, Francis F., lithographer 

327 Broadway, h. 415 Seventh av. 1857 

Davignon, Francis, lithographer 

346 B'way, h. 70 W. 35th 1858 

Davis, A. J. & Co., publishers 

274 Canal 1860 

Davis, Andrew J. & Co., publishers 

274 Canal 1861 

Davis, A. J. & Co., publishers 

274 Canal 1862-1864 

Davis, Andrew, editor 

274 Canal, h. N. J. 1862-1863 

Davis, Andrew Jackson, editor 

271 Canal, h. N. J. 1864 

Davis & Co., publishers 

114 Nassau 1858 
Davis & Co., publishers not in 1859 
Davis, Ebenezer S. (Rev.), editor 

115 Nassau, h. 130 Henry, B'klyn 1858 
Davis, Ebenezer S. (Rev.), editor not in 1859 
Davis, David, printer 

113 Nassau, h. 11 Essex 1859 

h. 203 Division 1860 

Davis, David, music 

h. New Bowery c. Oliver 1860 

Davis, David, music not in 1861 

Davis, David, printer 

h. 47 E. Broadway 1862 

11 Frankfort 1869-1871 

Davis, John. See Part I. 
Davis & Horn 1 

411 B'way 1838 

Davis & Horn, music 

367 Broadway 1839 

Davis, William J., music 

367 Broadway, h. 84 Walker 1839 

Davis, William J., music not in 1840-1842 
Davis, William J., flute player 

24 White 1843 

Davis, William J., flute player not in 1844-1845 
Davis, William J., engraver 

67 Bayard, h. Av. 6, n. 23d 1846 

Davis, William J., engraver not in 1847 

Av. 6n. 23d ' 1848-1849 

378 Av. 6 1850 

Delissier, Richard L., auctioneer 

377 Broadway, h. 145 Livingston, 

Brooklyn 1856 

Delissier, Richard L. 

377 B'way, h. 42 Dean, B'klyn 1857 



l "AU Things Love Thee, So Do I" by C. E. Horn, 
cop. 1838. Davis & Horn, 411 B'way. 

"L'esprit et la Bonte" by A. P. Heinrich. Davis & 
Horn, 411 Broadway, 1839 deposited in clerk's office, 
May 30, 1839, S. D. of N. York. D. S. Received 
27 June, 1939. (No. 749) 

"The Promise, a Waltz" by M. K. Erben. Davis & 
Horn, 367 Broadway, 1839. Deposited August 8, 
1839 at the clerk's office of the Southern District 
of New York. D. S. Rec'd 9 Nov. 1839. (No. 789) 



Delissier, Richard L., books 

508 B'way, h. 142 Dean, B'klyn 1858-1859 
Delissier & Procter, books 

508 B'way 1859 

Delissier, Richard L. 

264 Canal, h. 142 Dean, B'klyn 1860 

Ditson, Charles H, music 

711 B'way, h. 322 E. 16th 1868 

Ditson, Charles H, music not in 1869 

711 B'way, h. 99 Clinton pi. 1870 

711 B'way, h. 1 Gramercy pk. 1871-1875 
Ditson, Charles H. & Co., music and 
musical instruments 

711 Broadway, h. 112 Second Ave. 1867 

711 Broadway 1868 

Ditson, Charles H. & Co., music publishers 

711 Broadway, h. 246 W. 21st 1869 

Ditson, C. H. & Co., music publishers 

711 Broadway 1870-1872 

Ditson, Charles H. & Co., publishers 

711 Broadway 1873-1874 

Ditson, Charles H. & Co., music 

711 Broadway 1875 

Ditson, Oliver, music 

711 Broadway, h. Mass. 1867-1875 

Dodworth, Allen. See Part I. 
Dodworth, Harvey B. See Part I. 
Dodworth, Thomas. See Part I. 
Dodworth & Son. See Part I. 
Dorivel, John, fine arts 

331^4 Broadway 1830-1831 

Dorival, John, lithographer 

52 Ann 1832-1833 

54 Ann 1834 

Dressier & Clayton, music 

933 Broadway 1855 

Dressier, William, musician 

933 Broadway, h. 393 Fourth Av. 1855 

Dressier, William, music 

933 Broadway, h. 393 Fourth Av. 1856 

h. 933 Broadway 1857 

933 Broadway 1858 

h. 933 Broadway 1859 

933 Broadway 1860 

933 Broadway, h. 1179 B'way 1861 

927 Broadway, h. E. 20th 1862 

927 Broadway 1863-1864 

Dressier, William, music not in 1865 

Dresler, William, music 

926 Broadway 1866 

Dressier, William, music 

926 Broadway 1867 

Dressier, William, music not in 1868 

h. 113 W. 17th 1869 

Dressier, William, prof. 

h. 113 W. 17th 1870 

Dressier, William, music 

h. 113 W. 17th 1871-1873 

Dressier, William, musician 

h. 113 W. 17th 1874 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Dressier, William, music 
h. 113 W. 17th 1875 

Dubois, William 
33 White 1813-1814 

55 Hudson 1815-1816 

Dubois, William, music store 

127 Broadway, h. 55 Hudson 1817 

126 Broadway, h. 85 Duane 1818-1819 

126 Broadway, h. Hester n. Elm 1820 

126 Broadway, h. 17 Howard 1821-1823 
126 Broadway, h. 17 Lispenard 1824-1826 
149 Broadway, h. 17 Lispenard 1827 

167 Broadway, h. 17 Lispenard 1828-1829 
167 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1830-1835 

Dubois, William, music 

167 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1836-1837 

285 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1838-1840" 

Dubois, William, music & pianos 
285 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1841-1842 

Dubois, William, pianofortes 
285 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1843 

Dubois, William, pianos 
315 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1844-1850 

300 Broadway, h. 13 Crosby 1851-1852 

Dubois, Charles N., pianos 
300 Broadway 1853 

Dubois, William, late, pianos 
h. 90 E. 26th 1854 

Dubois & Stodart, music store 1 

126 Broadway 1822-1826 

149 Broadway and 39 Arcade 1827 

167 Broadway 1828-18^34 

Dubois & Bacon, music store 

167 Broadway 1835-1837 

285 Broadway 1838 

Dubois, Bacon & Chambers, pianomakers 
88 Centre 1836 

Duboise, Bacon & Chambers, pianoforte 
warehouse 
167 Broadway. Factory, 13 Crosby & 
142 Elm 1837 

Dubois, Bacon & Chambers, pianos 
285 Broadway 1838-1840 

Dubois & Seabury, pianofortemakers 
r. 13 Crosby 1843 

Dubois & Seabury, pianofortes 
r. 13 Crosby 1844 

Dubois & Warriner, pianos & music 
315 Bwer 1850 

Dubois & Warriner, pianos 
300 Broadway, & 13 Crosby 1851-1852 

Dwyer, George 
h. 39 W. 15th 1857 

Dwyer, George not in 1858 

Dwyer, George S., clerk 
h. 102^4 E. 28th 1859 

h. 103 E. 26th 1860 

i"Kinloch of Kinloch." Dubois & Stodart. 149 
Broadway, cop. 1825. (Also bears the 126 Broad- 
way address) 



Dwyer, George S., clerk not in 1861 

h. 103 E. 26th 1862 

Dwyer, George S., custom h. 

h. 16 Leroy 1863 

Dwyer, George S., music 

h. 16 Leroy 1864 

Dwyer, George, music 

h. 735 Washington 1865 

Dwyer, George S., music 

h. 735 Washington 1866-1868 

Dwyer, George S. 

h. 735 Washington 1869 

Dwyer, George S. not in 1870, see 

Fairchild & Dzvyer 
Dwyer, George S., clerk 

h. 735 Washington 1871 

Dwyer, George S., clerk not in 1872 

Dwyer, George S., printer 

133 Nassau, h. B'klyn 1873 

Dwyer, George S., printer not in 1874 

Dwyer & Co., printers 

133 Nassau 1873 



Embree, Effingham, books 

134 Bowery, h. 136 Bowery 
Embree, Effingham, clerk 

76 Bowery, h. 8 Rivington 
Embree, Effingham, clerk 
Embree, Effingham 

84 John, h. 2 Chambers 
Embree, Effingham, clerk 

451 Av. 6 
Embree, Effingham 

83 John, h. 451 Av. 6 
Embree, E. & L. H., books 

134 Bowery 
Embree, Lewis H., books 

134 Bowery, h. 136 Bowery 

134 Bowery, h. 40 Av. 2 

134 Bowery, h. 390 Bowery 

134 Bowery, h. 303 Broome 

134 Bowery, h. 134 Bowery 

134 Bowery, h. 23 Seventh 

134 Bowery, h. 108 Bwry 

134 Bowery, h. 768 G'wich 

134 Bowery, h. 104 Forsyth 
Embree, Lewis H., bookseller 

134 Bowery, h. 104 Forsyth 
Embree, Lewis H., books 

134 Bowery, h. 104 Forsyth 

134 Bowery, h. 429 Fourth 
Embree, Lewis H., stationer 

134 Bowery, h. 429 Fourth 
Embree, Lewis H, books 

134 Bowery, and stationer, 470 B'way, 
h. 429 Fourth 1859 

Embree, Lewis H, books 

440 B'way, & stationer, 134 Bowery, 
h. 429 Fourth 1860 



1844-1846 

1847 
not in 1848 

1849 

1850 

1851 

1844-1846 

1844 

1845 
1846 
1847 
1848-1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 

1854 

1855-1856 
1857 

1858 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



35 



Embree, Lewis H. & Co., stationers 

126 Grand. & books, 134 Bowery, h. 
429 Fourth 1861 

Embree, Lewis H., stationer 

130 Grand, h. 429 Fourth 1862 

h. 429 Fourth 1863 

Embree, Lewis H., stationer not in 1864 

Embree, Louis H. 

h. 292 Fourth av. 1865 

Embree, Lewis H., stationer 

h. 180 Ninth av. 1866 

31 Nassau, h. 180 Ninth ave. 1867 

Embree, Lewis H., clerk 

h. 180 Ninth av. 1868 

Embree, Louis H., clerk 

h. 204 Ninth av. 1869 

Embree, Louis H., books 

h. 204 Ninth av. 1870 

Embree, Louis H., stationer 

h. 204 Ninth av. 1871 

444 Broome, h. 204 Ninth av. 1872 

Embree & Jacobs, books 

134 Bowery 1857 

Embree & Jacobs, stationers & blank 
book manufacturers 

134 Bowery 1858 

Embree & Jacobs, books 

134 Bowery, & stationers 470 B'way 1859 

134 Bowery & 440 B'way 1860 

Emerson, James, circulating library 

20 Crosby 1829 

Emerson, James, music printer 

98 Suffolk 1830 

146 Forsyth 1831 

Emerson, James, music printer not in 1832 

69 Provost 1833 

Emerson, James, carpenter 

193 Franklin 1834 

Emerson, James, music printer 

193 Franklin 1835 

Emerson, James, music printer not in 1837 

Emerson, Ann, wid. of James 

23 Varick 1838 

Emerson, James, printer 

148 Sullivan 1850 

Emerson, James, printer not in 1851 

49 Carmine 1852 

Endicott, Francis, lithographer 

59 Beekman, h. 10 Charles 1853-1855 

59 Beekman & 89 Ann, h. 10 Charles 

1856-1857 

59 Beekman, h. 10 Charles 1858-1865 

59 Beekman, h. 323 W. 22d 1866-1870 

57 Beekman, h. 323 W. 22d 1871-1872 

Endicott, Francis, printer 

57 Beekman, h. 323 W. 22d 1873 

Endicott, Francis, lithographer 

57 Beekman, h. 332 W. 22d 1874 

57 Beekman, h. 323 W. 22d 1875 



Endicott & Swett, lithographers 

111 Nassau 1832 

Endicott & Sweett, lithographers 

111 Nassau 1833 

Endicott, George, lithographer 

111 Nassau, h. 125 White 1832-1833 

Endicott, George, lithographer, music 
dealer & depository of the arts 
359 Broadway, h. 125 White 1834 

359 Broadway, h. 119 White 1835-1836 

Endicott, George, lithographer 
359 Broadway 1837 

359 Broadway, h. 119 White 1838 

Endicott, George, piano fortes, music & 
lithography 
359 Broadway, h. 119 White 1839 

Endicott, George, lithographer 

152 Fulton, h. 119 White 1840 

Endicott, George, lithographer, general 
engraver and printer 
16 or 22 John, h. 119 White 1841 

22 John, h. 119 White 1842 

Endicott, George, lithographer 
22 John, h. 89 Amity 1843-1844 

22 John, h. 238 Ninth 1845 

Endicott, G. & W., lithographers 
22 John 1845 

59 Beekman 1846-1848 

Endicott, George, lithograph 

59 Beekman, h. 238 Ninth 1846-1848 

Endicott, Sarah L., widow of George 

10 Charles 1849 

Endicott, William, lithographer 

16 or 22 John, h. 119 White 1841 

22 John, h. 119 White 1842-1843 

22 John, bds. 98 Chambers 1844 

22 John, h. 239 Thompson 1845 

59 Beekman, h. 239 Thompson 1846 

Endicott, William, lithog. 

59 Beekman, h. 10 Charles 1847-1848 

Endicott, William & Co., lithographers 

59 Beekman, h. 6 Charles 1849 

59 Beekman, h. 12 Charles 1850-1851 

Endicott, & Co., lithographers 
59 Beekman 1852-1855 

59 Beekman, and 89 Ann 1856-1857 

59 Beekman 1858-1870 

57 Beekman 1871-1875 



Fairchild, Hamlet M., fancy goods 

377 Sixth av., h. 221 W. 11th 1869-1870 

Fairchild & Dwyer, publishers of the 
Musical Coronet elegant tencent 
sheet music 
377 Sixth av. 1870 

Fairchild, Hamlet M., fancy goods 
383 Sixth av., h. 22 W. 11th 1871 

685 Sixth av. 1872 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Ferguson, Robert, printer 

120 William 1830 

17 Ann, h. Elm c. Leonard 1831-1832 

222 William, h. 64 Elm 1833 

1 Franklin sq., h. 64 Elm 1834 

1 Franklin sq., h. 72 Catherine 1835 

1 Franklin sq., h. 340 Pearl 1836 

1 Franklin sq., h. 57 Cross 1837 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, widow of Robert 
57 Cross 1838-1840 

20 Madison 1841-1842 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, widow of Robert, 
music printer 
1 Franklin sq., h. 20 Madison 1843 

1 Franklin sq., h. 44 Oliver 1844 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, widow of Robert, 

music printer not in 1845-1847 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, wid. Robert, music 
printer 
22 Spruce 1848 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, wid. Robert, music 

printer not in 1849 

22 Spruce, h. 90 Elm 1850 

48 Duane, h. 92 Elm 1851-1853 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, wid. Robert, music 
48 & 50 Duane, h. 92 Elm 1854 

Ferguson, Mary Ann, wid. Robert, printer 
48 Duane, h. 92 Elm 1855 

Ferguson, Mary A., wid. Robert, printer 
40 & 48 Duane, h. 18 Wooster 1856 

h. 18 Wooster 1857 

Ferguson, Mary A., wid. Robert, music 
h. 18 Wooster 1858 

Ferguson, Mary A., wid. Robert 
h. 18 Wooster 1859 

Ferguson, Mary A., wid. Robert, printing 
h. 18 Wooster 1860 

Ferguson, Mary A., wid. Robert, music 
h. 18 Wooster 1861-1862 

Ferret & Co. (of Philadelphia) * 
237 Broadway 1845 

Firth, Edward I., music 

563 B'way 1863 

563 B'way, h. L. I. 1864 

Firth, Edward J., music 
563 B'way 1865 

Firth, John, musical instrument maker 

8 Warren 1815-1816 

9 Frankfort 1817-1819 
Hester n. Rhynder 1820 
362 Pearl, h. Hester n. Rhynder 1821 
Hester n. Rhynder 1822 
215 Hester 1823-1824 
360 Pearl 1825-1828 
358 Pearl, h. B'klyn 1829-1830 
358 Pearl, h. 23 Chesnut 1831 
1 Franklin sq., h. 236 Orange 1832 



1 This was address of Henry S. Tanner from 1845- 
1847. 



Firth, John, musical instrument maker, cont'd 
1 Franklin sq. 1833-1836 

41 Vandewater 1837 

1 Franklin sq., h. 20 Mott 1838-1841 

1 Franklin sq., h. Williamsburgh 1842 

Firth, John, music store 

1 Franklin sq., h. Newtown 1843-1845 

Firth, John, music 

1 Franklin sq., h. Newtown 1846-1849 

Firth, John, manufacturer 

1 Franklin sq. 1850 

Firth, John, music 

1 Franklin sq., h. Newtown 1851-1853 

1 Franklin sq., h. L. I. 1854 

1 Franklin sq., h. Newtown, L. I. 1855 

547 Broadway, h. Newtown, L. I. 1856-1857 
547 Broadway, h. L. I. 1858 

547 Broadway, h. Newtown, L. I. 1859 

547 Broadway, h. L. I. 1860 

Firth, John, pianos 

547 Broadway, h. L. I. 1861-1862 

Firth, John, music 
563 Broadway, h. L. I. 1863-1864 

Firth, Thaddeus, music store 
239 Broadway 1845 

239 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1846-1847 

Firth, Thaddeus, music 

1 Franklin sq, h. 228 Henry 1848-1849 

Firth, Thaddeus, manufacturer 

1 Franklin sq., h. Brooklyn 1850 

Firth, Thaddeus, music 

1 Franklin sq, h. Brooklyn 1851 

1 Franklin sq, h. Wmsburg 1852-1853 

1 Franklin sq, h. Roslyn, L. I. 1854 

Firth, Thaddeus, music not in 1855-1857 

Firth, Thaddeus, musical inst. 

700 B'way, h. L. I. 1858 

Firth, Thaddeus, pianos 
700 B'way, h. L. I. 1859 

Firth, Thaddeus, pianos not in 1860-1864 

Firth, Thaddeus, sec. 

80 Beaver, h. 109 Schermerhorn, 

B'klyn 1865 

Firth, Thaddeus, music and musical in- 
struments 
563 B'way, h. 109 Schermerhorn, 
B'klyn 1866 

Firth & Hall, music store 
362 Pearl 1821-1822 

358 Pearl 1823-1826 

358 & 360 Pearl 1827-1828 

358 Pearl 1829-1831 2 

1 Franklin sq. 1832 s 

2 "Home, sweet Home" cop. 1830 by Firth & Hall, 1 
Franklin sq. 

"The Lexington Rondo" by William Iucho, cop. 1831, 
Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin sq. 

3 "The Third Calisthenic Rondo" by Wilhelm Iucho, 
cop. 1833, by Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Sq. 



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37 



Firth & Hall, music store, continued 

1 Franklin sq. 1834-1842 * 

Firth & Hall, music 

1 Franklin sq. & 239 Broadway 1844 

1 Franklin sq. 1845-1846 

Firth & Hall, manufacturers of piano 
fortes, with the new patent vibrating 
overbridge, and importers of all kinds 
of musical merchandize 
1 Franklin sq. 1847 

Firth, Hall & Pond, music store 

1 Franklin sq. 1833 

Firth, Hall & Pond, music warehouse 
1 Franklin sq. 1843-1844 

239 Broadway 1845-1847 

Firth, Pond & Co., manufacturers of 
pianofortes, flutes, guitars etc. also 
publishers and importers of music, 
and special agents for Morrison's 
hygeian pills 
1 Franklin sq. 1848-1849 

Firth, Pond & Co., manufacturers of 
pianofortes, flutes, guitars etc. also 
publishers and importers of music 
and general agents for Morrison's 
hygeian medicines 
1 Franklin sq. 1850 

Firth, Pond & Co., music 

1 Franklin sq. 1851-1855 

Firth, Pond & Co., musical instruments 

547 Broadway 1856 

Firth, Pond & Co., music 

547 Broadway 1857-1860 

Firth, Pond & Co., pianos 

547 Broadway 1861-1862 

Firth, Son & Co., music 

563 B'way 1863-1864 

Firth, Son & Co., publishers of music, 
manufacturers and importers of 
musical instruments 
563 B'way 1865 

Fischer, Edward, music 

h. 203 E. 117th 1875 

Fischer, Hermine, music 

203 E. 117th 1875 

Fleetwood, Anthony, lithographer 

47 Murray 1828 

12 Rivington . 1829 

51 Murray 1830 

Brooklyn 1831 

Fleetwood, Anthony, lithographer not in 

1832-1833 



1 On many Hutchinson Family songs: cop. 1843, by 
Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin sq. and J. L. Hewitt, 239 
Broadway 

"La Reve" par W. V. Wallace, Firth, Hall & Pond, 
239 Broadway, Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin sq. Ent. ac. 
to Congress, 1843 by James L. Hewitt & Co. 



Fleetwood, Anthony, lithographer, continued 

11 Bedford 1834 

76 Prince 1835 

118 Canal 1836 

126 Nassau, h. 158 Spring 1837-1838 

Fleetwood, Anthony, lithographer not in 

1839-1840 

Fleetwood, Anthony, artist 

191 Greene 1841-1842 

Fleetwood, Anthony, artist not in 1843 

Fleetwood, Anthony, lithographer 

121 Av. 3 1844-1845 

Fleetwood, Anthony, lithographer not in 1846 

102 Nassau, h. 198 Av. 3 1847 



Garland, Francis, music 
123 Varick, h. 123 Varick 1854 

Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

132 Chatham 1802 

152 Chatham 1803 

380 Pearl 1804 

Geib, Adam, listed among music profes- 
sors in 1805 Trade Directory 

Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

13 Leonard 1806-1808 

upper end Mulberry 1809-1810 

Mulberry n. Prince 1811 

95 Leonard 1812 

upper end Mulberry 1813-1814 

9 Maiden-lane 1815 

23 Maiden-lane 1816-1821 

23 Maiden-lane, h. Carmine 1822 

23 Maiden-lane 1823 

Geib, Adam, teacher of music not in 1824 

Geib, Adam, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1825-1829 

23 Maiden-lane, h. Mulberry n. 

Bleecker 1830-1834 

23 Maiden-lane, h. 306 Mulberry 1835 

Geib, Adam, music 
23 Maiden-lane, h. 306 Mulberry 1836-1843 
73 Av. 3 1844 

Geib, Adam 
71 Av. 3 1845-1849 

Geib, Charlotte, widow of Adam 
95 Pitt 1848 

105 Pitt 1849 

Geib, George, music 
22 Wall 1818 

Geib, George, music store 

146 Fulton 1819 

Geib, George, patent music school 
146 Fulton 1820 

Geib, George, music teacher 
210 Broadway 1821 

Geib, George, music store & teacher 
208 Broadway 1822 

Geib, George, music teacher 
88 White, h. 164 Broadway 1823 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Geib, George, professor of music 

16 Greene 1824 
his schools are at Miss Oram's 133 

Greenwich, at Mr. Hoxie's Walker- 
st. Church, and at Vandewater street 
Church 

Geib, George, professor of music 
26 Greene 1825 

Sixth n. 6th Avenue 1826 

65 Dey 1827 

10 Greene 1828 

(no address given) 1829 

119 Canal 1830 

9 John, h. 9 Bleecker 1831-1832 

Geib, George, professor of music not in 1833- 

1839. 

Geib, George 

116 Perry 1840 

Union sq. c. Nineteenth 1841 

Geib, George, professor of music 
44 Vesey 1842 

Geib, George H., music teacher 
48 Av. 6 1843 

E. 18th n. Broadway 1844-1847 

36 E. 18th 1848-1849 

Geib, George H., music teacher not in 1850 

Geib, George H., pianos 
345 Broadway, h. W. 31st. n. Av. 8 1851 

325 Broadway, h. 229 W. 31st 1852 

325 Broadway, h. 230 W. 31st 1853 

W. 35th n. Eighth & 325 Broadway, h. 

185 W. 30th 1854 

501 Broadway, 15 Tenth & 194 W. 

35th, h. 995 Broadway 1855 

501 Broadway, 15 Tenth, & 194 W. 

35th, h. Newark, N. J. 1856 

1076 & 1131 Broadway, h. 1076 Broad- 
way 1857 

Geib, George H., pianos not in 1858-1860 

h. 1257 B'way 1861 

h. 172 W. 38th 1862-1863 

Geib, George H., music 
h. 66 W. 33d 1864 

Geib, George H., pianos 
h. 66 W. 33d 1865 

Geib, George H., pianos not in 1866-1867 

831 B'way, h. Morrisania 1868-1869 

17 Union sq., h. Morrisania 1870 
17 Union sq. 1871-1872 

Geib, John, organbuilder 
First 1798-1799 

Geib & Co., John, organ builders 

Bowery cor. North 1800-1802 

Geib, & Son, John, organ builders 
Bowery cor. North 1803 

Bowery 1804 

Corres Gard. Leonard 1805 

Leonard 1806-1809 

95 Leonard 1810 



Geib, & Son, John, organ builders, continued 
95 Leonard & 36 Sugar loaf 1811-1812 

55 Sugarloaf 1813 

Geib, & Son, J., organ builders 
55 Sugarloaf 1814 

Geib, John, organ builder 
55 Sugarloaf 1815 

Geib, jun. John, pianoforte maker 
Franklin c. Church 1816-1819 

Geib, jun., John, pianoforte maker not in 1820 
Carmine n. Bedford 1821-1822 

Geib, John and Adam, pianoforte makers 
40 Barclay 1804 

Mount Vernon 1805 

Geib, J. & A., pianoforte makers 

Leonard n. B'way 1806-1808 

Geib, & Co., John & Adam, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1816-1817 

Geib, J. A. & W., music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1818-1820 

Geib, J. A. & W., piano & music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1821 

Geib, A. & W., piano & music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1822-1823 

Geib, A. & W. & Co., piano & music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1824 

Geib, A. & W., piano & music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1825-1827 

Geib, Adam, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1828 

Geib & Walker, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1829-1835 

Geib & Walker, music 
23 Maiden-lane 1836-1842 

Geib & Walker, pianofortes 
23 Maiden-lane 1843 

Geib & Jackson, pianos 
361 Broadway 1849 

Geib & Jackson, pianofortes 
361 Broadway 1850 

Geib & Jackson, pianos 
361 Broadway 1851 

499 Broadway 1852-1854 

783 Broadway 1855-1858 

Geib, William 
Carmine n. Bedford 1822-1823 

23 Maiden-lane, h. Carmine n. Bedford 1824 
23 Maiden-lane, h. Broadway n. Fourth 1825 
23 Maiden-lane, h. Bleecker n. Herring 1826 
23 Maiden-lane, h. 3rd Avenue 1827 

3rd Ave. Eleventh 1828 

219 Broadway, h. Avenue 3d n. Eleventh 1829 
170 Broadway, h. Ave. 3d n. Eleventh 1830 
201 Broadway, h. Ave. 3d n. Eleventh 1831 
201 Broadway, h. Av. 3d n. Eleventh 

1832-1834 
201 Broadway, h. Av. 3d n. Twelfth 1835 

Geib, William not in 1836-1837 

Geib, William, pianos 

Avenue 3d n. Twelfth 1838 



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39 



Geib, William H., pianofortes 
23 Maiden-lane 1844 

23 Maiden-lane, h. 108 Chambers 1845 

Geib, William H., pianos 
23 Maiden-lane, h. 71 Av. 3 1846-1847 

Geib, William H. & Co., pianos 
361 Broadway, h. 71 Av. 3 1848 

Geib, William H., pianos 
361 Broadway, h. 71 Av. 3 1849 

Geib, William H., pianofortes 
361 Broadway 1850 

Geib, William H., pianos 
361 Broadway 1851 

499 Broadway 1852-1853 

499 Broadway, h. Stat. Isl. 1854 

783 Broadway, h. Stat. Isl. 1855 

783 Broadway, h. Richmond, S. I. 1856 

783 Broadway, h. S. Island 1857 

783 Broadway, h. S. I. 1858-1859 

4 Leroy pi. 1860 

4 Leroy pi., h. S. I. 1861-1869 

94 Bleecker, h. L. I. 1870 

94 Bleecker 1871-1872 

Geslain, Charles T., music store 
357 Broadway 1840 

361 Broadway 1841 

72 Lispenard 1842 

Geslain, Charles T., music store not in 1843 

Geslain, Alexander C, jr., music 

547 Broadway, h. Williamsburg 1844 

Gilfert, George, organist 
64 Nassau ' ■ 1789 

66 Chatham 1790 

Gilfert, George, tavern keeper 
66 Chatham 1791 

Gifford, George, organist 

14 Dye 1792 

Gifford, George, boarding house 

Dye 1793 

Giffert, George, boarding house 
34 Dey 1794 

Gilfert, George, organist of the New 
Dutch Church 
34 Dey 1795 

Gilfert, George, organist to the Dutch 
Church 
.34 Dey 1796 

Gilfert, George, organist 
34 Dey 1797 

Giffert, George and Comp., musical maga- 
zine 
209 Broadway 1795 

Gilfert, & Co., musical magazine 

177 Broadway 1796 

Gilfert & Co. George, musical magazine 

177 Broadway 1797 

Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

177 Broadway 1798-1801 

216 Broadw. opposite St. P. 1802 



Gilfert, George, musical magazine, continued 
216 Broadway 1803 

13 Maiden Lane 1804-1805 

Gilfert, George, pianoforte warehouse 

13 Maiden Lane 1806-1814 

Gilfert, widow 

107 Liberty 1815 

Gomez ; Benjamin, book-binder and sta- 
tioner 

32 Maiden-lane 1791-1793 
97 Market 1794 
97 Maiden-lane 1795 

Gomez, Benjamin, bookseller and sta- 
tioner 
97 Maiden-lane 1796 

Gomez, Benjamin, bookbinder and sta- 
tioner 
97 Maiden-lane 1797-1800 

Gomez, Benjamin, Fortunate-Lottery 
Office 
97 Maiden-lane 1801 

Gomez, Benjamin, lottery office & dry- 
goodstore 
97 Maiden-lane 1802 

Gomez, Benjamin, lottery office and dry- 

goodstore not in 1803 

97 Maiden-lane 1804 

Gomez, Benjamin 

33 Warren 1805 
Gomez, Benjamin, bookse. & lottery- 
office 

74 Maiden-la. 1806 

Gomez, Benjamin, lottery office 
74 Maiden-lane 1807-18D8 

Gordon, Stephen T., pianos (see Berry 
& Gordon) 
297 Broadway, h. 102 Harrison, B'klyn 1854 

Gordon, Stephen T., music 
297 Broadway, h. 102 Harrison, B'klyn 

1855-1856 

Gordon, Stephen P., pianos, melodeons, 
& music 
297 B'way, h. 102 Harrison, B'klyn 1857 

Gordon, Stephen T., music 
706 Broadway, h. 102 Harrison, B'klyn 1858 
706 Broadway, h. 98 Harrison 1859 

Gordon, Stephen T., pianos 
706 Broadway, h. 123 E. 34th 1860-1861 

Gordon, Stephen T., music 

706 Broadway, h. 123 E. 34th 1862 

538 Broadway, h. 123 E. 34th 1863 

538 Broadway, h. 175 E 41st 1864 

Gordon, Stephen T., pianos 

538 Broadway, h. 175 E. 41st 1865 

706 B'way, h. 175 E. 41st 1866 

706 B'way, h. 315 E 41st 1867 

Gordon, Stephen T., music 
706 B'way, h. 315 E. 41st 1868-1872 

13 E. 14th, h. 315 E 41st 1873 

13 E. 14th, h. 455 W. 21st 1874 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



1875 



1867-1868 



1873-1875 



1851 
1852 



1851 



1852 

1795- 

not in 1796 

1797 
1798 
1787 



Gordon, Stephen T., pianos 

13 E. 14th, h. 455 W. 21st 
Gordon & Slater, mus. insts. 

706 B'way 
Gordon, S. T. & Son, music 

13 E. 14th 
Gould, John E., music pubr. 

297 B'way, h. 59 Murray 

297 B'way, h. 112 Joralemon, B'klyn 
Gould, J. E. & Co., music publishers and 
pianoforte dealers 

297 Broadway 
Gould & Berry, pianos, publishers and 
dealers in music 

297 Broadway 
Gowan, Alexander, printer 

139 William 
Gowan, Alexander, printer 
Gowan, A., printer 

62 Dey 
Gowan, A., portrait painter 

102 Pearl 
Greenleaf, Thomas, printer 

25 Bowery- lane 

196 Water, near the Coffee House 

1789-1790 

196 Water 1791-1793 

123 Water 1794 

54 Wall 1795 

Greenleaf, Thomas, printer and editor of 
the Argus and Register 

54 Wall 1796 

Greenleaf, Thomas, printer and bookseller 

54 Wall 1797-1798 

Greenleaf, Thomas, widow of T., printer 

and bookseller 1799 

Griffiths & Co., publishers 

300, 538 & 773 Broadway 1855 



Hall, William, musical instrument ma. 
Wooster n. Prince 1820 

362 Pearl 1821-1822 

358 Pearl 1823-1824 

39 Roosevelt 1825 

494 Pearl 1826 

358 Pearl, h. 57 Cross 1827-1828 

358 Pearl, h. 430 Pearl 1829-1830 

Hall, William, musical inst. maker 
358 Pearl, h. 35 Madison 1831 

1 Franklin sq., h. 12 Dover 1832 

1 Franklin sq., h. 41 Cherry 1833-1834 

1 Franklin sq., h. 2 Dover 1835-1842 

Hall, William, music 

1 Franklin sq., h. 2 Dover 1843-1847 

Hall, William & Son, music warehouse 
239 Broadway, h. 16 White 1848-1849 

Hall, William & Son, piano maker 
237 Broadway & 16 White, h. 16 White 1850 



Hall, William & Son, music warehouse 

239 Broadway & 1 Park pi., h. 16 White 

1851-1853 
Hall, William & Son, music 

239 Broadway 1854 

Hall, William & Son, pianos 

r. 16 White, h. 16 White 1854 

Hall, William & Son, music 

239 Broadway, h. 16 White 1855 

239 Broadway & 16 White, h. W. 34th, 
n. Eighth av. 1856 

Hall, William & Son, pianos 

239 Broadway & 16 White, h. 207 W. 
34th 1857 

Hall, William & Son, musical instruments 
and music 

239 B'way & 16 White, h. 207 W. 34th 1858 
Hall, William & Son, pianofortes & music 

543 B'way, h. 207 W. 34th 1859 

Hall, William & Son, music 

543 B'way, h. 207 W. 34th 
Hall, William & Sons, music 

543 B'way, h. 207 W. 34th 

543 B'way, h. 339 W. 34th 
Hall, William & Son, agents for Driggs 
patent pianofortes, publishers of sheet 
music and agents for Prince & Co.'s 
melodeons & school organs 

543 B'way, h. 339 W. 34th 
Hall, William & Son, music 

543 Broadway, h. 339 W. 34th 

751 Broadway, h. 339 W. 34th 

751 Broadway 
Harding, Edwin H, music 

288 Bowery, h. 15 E. Houston 
Harding, Edward H, music 

288 Bowery, h. 15 E. Houston 

299 Bowery 
Harper, William, publisher * 

177 B'dway, h. 220 Av. 6 
Harrison, James, music seller 

108 Market, and house 24 Nassau 
Harrison, James, music and print seller 

58 Maiden Lane 
Harrison and Purdy, printers 

3 Peck slip 
Harrisson and Purdy, printers 

3 Peckslip 
Harrisson, John, printer 

3 Peck-slip 1791-1793 

Harrisson, John, printer and bookseller 

Peck-slip 1794 

Harrisson, John, printer and stationer 

3 Peck-slip 1795 

Harrison, John, printer, bookseller and 
editor of the N. York Weekly Museum 

3 Peck-slip 1796 



1860-1862 

1863 

1864 



1865 

1866-1870 

1871 

1872-1874 

1871-1873 

1874 

1875 

1853 
1794 



1795 



1789 



1790 



1 Classified Directory of 1853 lists W. & J. Harper, 
177 B'dway, under 'music stores'. 



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41 



Harrisson, John, printer and stationer 

3 Peck-slip 1797-1803 

Harrisson, John, printer, book and sta- 
tionary store 

3 Peck-slip 1804 

Harrisson, widow of John, printer & book- 
store 

3 Peck-slip 1805 

Hart, Charles, lithographer 

99 Fulton, h. 161 Schermerhorn, 

B'klyn 1861-1862 

99 Fulton, h. 159 Willoughby, B'klyn 1863 

99 Fulton, h. Portland av. n. Dekalb 

Av., B'klyn 1864 

99 Fulton, h. 90 Sands, B'klyn 1865-1870 

99 Fulton 1871 

36 Vesey, h. 106 Sands, B'klyn 1872-1873 
Hart, Charles, printer 

36 Vesey, h. B'klyn 1874 

Hart, Charles, lithographer 

36 Vesey, h. 292 Adam, B'klyn 1875 

Hathaway, Samuel, publisher 

9 Spruce, h. 128 W. 44th 1860-1861 

Hathaway, Samuel, publisher not in 1862 

9 Spruce, h. Conn. 1863 

Hathaway, Samuel, publisher not in 1864 

Hathaway, Samuel, printer 

9 Spruce, h. Ct. 1865 

Hewit, James, musician 

72 Courtlandt 1793 

137 Front 1794 

Hewit, James, music professor 

1 Lumber 1795 

Hewit, James, music professor not in 1796 

Hewitt, James, professor of music 

71 Cedar 1797 

Hewitt, James, music-store 

131 William 1798 

23 Maiden-lane 1799-1800 

59 Maiden-lane 1801 

Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden-lane 1802-1810 

15 Chatham 1811 

Hewitt, James, musical repository not in 

1812-1817 
Hewitt, James, musician 

20 Harison 1818 

87 Warren 1819 

Hewitt, J., musical repository 1 

156V 2 William 1819 

Hewitt, J., musical repository not in 1820-1829 
Hewitt & Co., James L., music store 

137 Broadway 1830-1831 

Hewitt, James L., music store 

137 Broadway 1832 



1 J. Hewitt Musical Repository, No. 156 J^ William. 
This Blooming Rose at early Dawn, by T. Philips. 
Eng. by T. Birch, 38 Vesey. May 28, 1819. Rec' at 
Dept. of State. 



Hewitt, & Co. James L., music store 

137 Broadway 1833 

137 Broadway, h. 18 Howard 1834-1835 

Hewitt, & Co. James L., music 
239 Broadway, h. Ill Broadway 1836 

239 Broadway, h. 120 Cedar 1837-1838 

Hewitt, James L., music 
239 Broadway, h. 38 Lispenard 1839-1841 

Hewitt & Jaques, music store 2 
239 Broadway 1839-1841 

Hewitt & Co. James L., music 
239 Broadway c. Park pi. 1842 

239 Broadway 1843 

Hewitt, James L., music 
372 Broadway 1844 

295 Broadway 1845 

231 Broadway 1846 

297 Broadway 1847 

Hill, Peter, books & stationery 
94 Broadway 1832 

Hill, Peter, books & stationary 
94 Broadway 1833-1834 

Hill & Co., Peter, books & stationery 
94 Broadway 1835 

Hill, Peter, publisher 
94 Broadway 1836 

11 Old Slip 1837-1838 

Wall c. Water 1839-1842 

Hill, Peter, stationer 
7 Tontine 1843 

7 Tontine buildings, Wall c. Watr 1844 

Hill, Peter, stationer not in 1845-1848 

Hill, Peter 
W. 27th n. Av. 9 1849 

Hill, Warren. See Part III. 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., publisher 
14 Chambers, h. 152 E. 13th 1862 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., pres. 

14 Chambers 1863 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., cards 
14 Chambers 1864 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., books 

14 Chambers, h. 46 First 1865 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., stationer 

14 Chambers 1866 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., books 

14 Chambers, h. 131 Madison 1867 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., stationer 
98 Spring, h. N. J. 1868 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., books 
24 Beekman, h. L. I. 1869 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., music 
24 Beekman, h. L. I. 1870 



2 Hewitt & Jaques, 239 Broadway, cop. 1837, "Wil- 
liams Light Infantry Quick Step" composed by Sam. 
A. Cooper. 

Hewitt & Jaques, 239 B'way, cop. 1838, "The Ivy 
Green" by Henry Russell. 

Pieces of music bearing the address, 129 Broadway, 
and 36 Market, Boston, were issued about 1827. 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Hitchcock, Benjamin W., publisher and 
real estate operator 
29 Beekman, h. L. I. 1871 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., music 
439 Third Ave, h. L. I. 1872 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W., real estate 
operator 
439 Third Ave, h. L. I. 1873 

355 Third Ave, h. L. I. 1874 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W, real estate 
operator & music publisher, orig- 
inator of dime music, and musical 
bouquet 
355 Third Ave, h. L. I. 1875 

Hodge, Robert, book-binder, and sta- 
tioner 
38 Maiden-lane 1786 

Hodge, Robert, stationer and bookseller 
237 Queen 1787 

Hodge, Robert, bookseller, printer and 
stationer 
237 Queen 1789 

Hodge, Robert, bookseller and stationer 

• 237 Queen 1790 

Hodge, Robert, bookseller, stationer and 
printer 
237 Queen 1791 

11 Water 1792 

Hodge, Robert, bookseller and stationer 
11 Water 1793 

94 Water 1794-1796- 

Holman, John, printer 

Centre c. White 1863-1866 

Centre c. White, h. 33 City hall pi. 1867 

Holman, Thomas, printer 
90 Fulton, h. 213 Broome 1847-1849 

90 Fulton, h. 156 Delancy 1850 

146 William, h. 109 Norfolk 1851-1852 

White c. Centre, h. 109 Norfolk 1853 

White c. Centre, h. 66 Stanton 1854-1855 

Centre c. White, h. 155 Allen 1856-1859 

Centre c. White, h. 117 W. 45th 1860-1861 
Centre c. White, h. 117 W. 46th 1862-1863 
Centre c. White, h. E. 78th n. Third 

av. 1864-1865 

Centre c. White, h. E. 78th n. Fourth av. 1866 

Holman, Thomas, book & job printer 
White c. Centre, h. E. 78th n. Third av. 1867 

Holman, Thomas, printer 
White c. Centre, h. Yonkers 1868-1875 

Holman, William, printer 
h. 155 Allen 1857 

Holman & Gray, book & job printers, 
Improved magic and yankee presses 
for card printing 
90 Fulton bet. William & Gold 1847-1850 

Holman & Gray, printers 

146 William 1851-1852 



Holman, Gray & Co, printers 

Centre c. White 1853-1854 

Holman & Gray, printers 

White c. Centre 1855 

Holman & Jar dine, engravers 

83 Nassau 1855 

Holt, Charles, jr., pianofortes, publisher 
of music and of the Hutchinson song 
book 

156 Fulton, second door East of 
Broadway, h. 210 Pearl, Brooklyn 1847 
Flolt, Charles, jr., pianofortes 1 

82 Fulton, h. 146 Bridge, Brooklyn 1848 

134 Fulton, h. 140 Bridge, Brooklyn 1849 

c. h, h. 195 Fulton 1850 

Horn, Charles E, prof, music 

250 Spring 1833 

Horn, Charles E, prof, music not in 1834 

48 Greenwich 1835 

381 Broadway c. White 1836 

Horn, Charles E, prof, music 2 not in 1837-1838 
Horn, Charles E, music 

367 Broadway 1839 

367 Broadway, h. 12 Hubert 1840 

348 Broadway, h. 534 Broadway 1841 

24 White 1842 

Horn, Charles E, prof, music 

24 White 1843 

Horn, W. & Co. 3 

348 Broadway 1841? 

Howe, William, organbuilder and musick 
store 

326 Pearl 1796 

Howe, William, organbuilder and mus. 
inst. store 

320 Pearl 1797 

Howe, William, organbuilder etc. 4 

320 Pearl 1798 

Howe, widow of William, musical store 

320 Pearl 1799-1800 

Howe, widow of William, musical store 

not in 1801-1802 



1 "OJ Susanna." Christy Minstrels, cop. 1848, by C. 
Holt, jr., 260 Broadway. 

2 "All things love thee, so do I." by Charles E. Horn, 
sung by Mrs. C. E. Horn, cop. 1838, Charles E. Horn, 
367 Broadway. Another copy has address 411 Broad- 
way. 

"A Northern Refrain; suggested from a well-known 
New York carol, the words written by G. P. Morris, 
the melody and arrangement composed by Charles 
E. Horn, cop. 1838, by Davis & Horn, 411 Broadway. 

3 "0 Logie! O Buchan." Scotch ballad. Sung by 
Mrs. C. E. Horn (no composer's name). C. E. Horn 
was at this address 1841. 

4 "Monsieur Mong Tong Paw" Song advertised in 
Aug. 1798 as "just published and for sale at Wm. 
Howe's wholesale & retail warehouse 320 Pearl 
street," N. Y. — Sonneck, Bibliography of early 
American secular music. 



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43 



How, widow Sarah, musical warehouse 
320 Pearl . 1803 

Hoyer, Charles F., music st. & consul 
for Baden 
393 B'way 1834-1837 

301 B'way, h. 94 Duane 1838-1839 

Hoyer, Charles F., music st. 
301 B'way, h. 94 Duane 1840-1842 

Hoyer, Charles F., music 
301 B'way, h. 76 Leonard 1843-1846 

Hoyer, Charles F., importer of foreign 
music 
301 Broadway, h. 76 Leonard 1847-1848 
389 Broadway, h. 76 Leonard 1849 

Hoyer, Charles F., music store 
389 Broadway, h. Hbkn. 1850 



Imbert, Anthony, painter 

146 Fulton 1825 

Imbert, Anthony, lithographic office 

79 Murray 1826-1827 

Imbert, Anthony, lithographer 

233 Broadway, h. 79 Murray 1828 

104 Broadway, h. 79 Murray 1829 

104 Broadway 1830-1831 

79 Murray 1832 

104 Broadway ■ 1833-1834 

Imbert, Anthony, lithographer not in 1835- 

1837 
Imbert, Mary, widow of Anthony, boy's 
clothing 

186 Canal 1838 

Ives, James, lithographer 

Nassau c. Spruce, h. 89 Chrystie 1850 

Ives, James, lithographer not in 1851 

Ives, James M., publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 164 Bridge, Brooklyn 1852 
Ives, James M., valentines 

152 Nassau, h. 164 Bridge 1853 

Ives, James M., publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 164 Bridge, Brook- 
lyn 1854-1856 

152 Nassau, h. 112 Livingston, Brooklyn 1857 

152 Nassau, h. 112 State, Brooklyn 1858 
Ives, James M., prints 

152 Nassau, h. 112 State, Brooklyn 1859 
Ives, James M., publisher 

152 Nassau, h. 112 State, Brooklyn 1860 
Ives, James M., prints 

152 Nassau, h. 112 State, Brook- 
lyn 1861-1863 
Ives, James M., publisher 

152 Nassau, h. Westchester 1864 

Ives, James M., prints 

152 Nassau, h. Rye 1865-1871 

Ives, James M., pictures 

123 Nassau, h. Rye 1872-1875 

Ivison, Henry, books 

178 Fulton, h. Bloomfield, N. J. 1853-1854 



Ivison & Phinney, publishers 
178 Fulton 



1854 



Jackson, C. & E., music store * 
332V 2 Broadway 1825 

Jacobs, L. M., books 

134 Bowery 1857 

Jacobs, Luther M., stationer 

134 Bowery, h. B'klyn 1858 

Jacobs, Luther M., books 

134 Bowery, & stationer, 470 B'way, h. 
Conn. 1859 

Jacobs, Luther M., books 

134 Bowery, & 440 B'way, h. B'klyn 1860 

207 Eighth av., h. 66 Schermerhorn 1861 
207 Eighth av., h. 76 Schermerhorn 1862 
207 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1863 

207 Eighth av., h. 23 Bond 1864-1865 

207 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1866-1867 

Jacobs, Luther M., stationer 

207 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1868 

209 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1869 

Jacobs, Luther M., books 
207 Eighth av. 1870 . 

207 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1871 

207 Eighth av. 1872 

207 Eighth av., h. 27 Dean, B'klyn 1873 

207 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1874 

Jacobs, Luther M., stationer 
251 Eighth av., h. B'klyn 1875 

Jaques, Edward I. 

15 Renwick 1834 

137 Broadway, h. 15 Renwick 1835 

Jaques, Edward I., music 
239 Broadway, h. 15 Renwick 1836-1840 

239 Broadway, h. 176 Prince 1841 

176 Prince 1842 

Jaques, Edward J. 

197 E. Broadway 1851-1852 

185 Henry 1853 

Jaques, James M., daguerreotype 

7y 2 Bowery, h. 42 Dominick 1845 

Jaques, James M. 

563 B'way, h. 42 Dominick 1846 

Jaques, James M., music 
385 Broadway, h. 42 Dominick 1847 

385 Broadway, h. 169 Hudson 1848-1851 

385 Broadway, h. 8 St. Luke's pi. 1852-1853 

Jaques, & Johnson, music 
563 B'way 1846 

Jaques & Brother, music 
385 Broadway 1847-1852 

Jaques, John D., clerk 

166 Christopher 1845 

Jaques, John D., clerk not in 1846 



1 On "Nanny wilt thou gang with me" Wm. Martin. 
Jackson, C. & E. W., 325 Broadway, no date. 44 
Market St. Boston. 



44 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Jaques, John D., music 

385 Broadway, h. 18 Charlton 

385 Broadway, h. 172 Thompson 

385 Broadway, 94 Hamersley 
Jaques, John D., pianos 

538 Broadway, h. 222 Varick 
Jaques, John D., music 

538 Broadway, h. 493 G'wich 
Jaques, John D., pianos 

538 Broadway, h. 493 G'wich 

510 Broadway, h. 493 G'wich 
Jaques, John D. 

h. 493 Greenwich 
Johnson, Edmund E., music 

563 Broadway, h. 20 King 
Johnson, Edmund E., refectory 

31 Canal 
Jollie, Allen R. See Part III. 
Jollie, Edw. See Part III. 
Jollie, Samuel C. See Part III. 
Jollie & Millet. See Part III. 
Jollie & Co. See Part III. 



1847 
1848-1849 
1850-1852 

1853 

1854 

1855 
1856 

1857 

1846 

1847 



Kerksieg, Erich, music 






421 Broadway 




1849 


421 Broadway, h. 397 B'way 




1850 


421 Broadway 




1851 


Kerksieg, Erich, music not 


in 1852-1855 


Kerksieg, Erich, teacher 






h. 168 W. 21st 


1856-1? 


Kerksieg, Erich, teacher not 


in 1861 


-1862 


Kerksieg, Erich 






h. 168 W. 21st 




1863 


Kerksieg, Erich, teacher 






h. 168 W. 21st 




1864 


Kerksieg, Erich, teacher 


not in 


1865 


Kerksieg, Ehrig, music 






h. 244 W. 21st 




1866 


Kerksieg, & Breusing, music 






421 Broadway 


1849 


-1852 


Knapp, Joseph, lithographer 






42 Ann, h. So. 2d, B'klyn 




1856 


449 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 




1857 


Knapp, Joseph F., lithographer 






117 Fulton, h. Williamsburgh 




1854 


Knapp, Joseph F., lith. 






117 Fulton, h. 54 Rivington 




1855 


Knapp, Joseph F., lithographer 






117 Fulton, h. B'klyn 




1856 


449 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 




1857 


449 B'way, h. 115 S. 2d, B'klyn 




1858 


449 B'way, h. 115 S. 2d, B'klyn, 


E.D. 


1859 


449 B'way & 26 Mercer, h. 27 S. 


Second, 




B'klyn 




1860 


449 B'way, h. 87 S. 2d, B'klyn 




1861 


Knapp, Joseph F., lithogphr. 






449 B'way & 26 Mercer 




1862 



Knapp, Joseph F., lithographer 

449 B'way, h. 87 S. 2d, B'klyn 1863-1864 

449 B'way, h. 47 Bedford av., B'klyn 

1865-1866 

71 B'way, h. 47 Bedford av., B'klyn 

1867-1869 
Knapp, Jos. F., lithographer 

71 B'way, h. B'klyn 1870 

Knapp, Joseph F., lithographer 

71 B'way 1871 

56 Park pi., h. B'klyn 1872 

Knapp, Joseph F., pres. 

319 B'way & lithographer 56 Park pi., 
h. B'klyn 1873-1875 

Knox, Jacob, music printer 

78 Eastbroadway 1834 



Latur, Gerard, musical store 
20 Maiden L. 1796 

Law, Henry W., bookseller 
216 Pearl, h. Brooklyn 1850 

23 Park row, h. Brooklyn 1851-1852 

Law, Henry W., books 

71 Chambers, h. Brooklyn 1853 

Law, Henry W., books not in 1854 

Law, Henry W., publisher 
66 Fulton, h. 91 Washington, B'klyn 1855 
310 Broadway, h. Carroll pi., B'klyn 

1856-1857 

Lewis, Charles E., engraver 
493 Broadway 1842 

Lewis, Charles E., lithographer 
31 King 1843 

73 Sullivan 1844 

39 Sullivan 1845 

Lewis, George W., lithographer 

136 Beekman 1841 

136 Nassau 1842 

Lewis, George W., lithog. 

138 Nassau, h. 357 Bowery 1843 

Lewis, George W., lithog. not in 1844 

Lewis, George W., lithographer 
272 Pearl, h. Carmine 1845 

272 Pearl, h. 47 Carmine 1846 

272 Pearl, books AZ x / 2 Carmine, h. 

43y 2 Carmine 1847 

272 Pearl, h. 198 A. 6 1848 

Lewis, George W., lithographer 

not in 1849-1850 
142 Fulton 1851 

Lewis, George W., lithographer 

not in 1852-1854 

Lewis, George W., lith. 

163 Broadway, h. 653 Sixth av. 1855 

Lewis, George W., lithographer 

122 Fulton, h. 574 Sixth av. 1856 



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45 



Lewis, George W, lithog. 

122 Fulton, h. Jersey city 1857 

122 Fulton 1858 

Lewis, George W., lithographer 
50 Leonard, h. L. I. 1859 

Lewis, George W., engraver 
50 Leonard 1860 

Lewis & Brown, lithographers 
272 Pearl 1845-1846 

272 Pearl & 97 Nassau 1847 

272 Pearl 1848 

Lewis, John, bookbinder 
Cross Collect 1796 

89 Fair 1797 

60 Fair 1798 

70 Gold 1799 

Loudon, Sam., printer, etc. 
5 Water 1786 

Loudon, Samuel and John, printers to the 
State 
5 & 6 Water 1787 

Loudon, Samuel and John, printers 
5 Water 1789 

Loudon, Samuel, printer 
5 Water 1790 

Loudon, Samuel, printer, bookseller and 
stationer 
5 Water 1791-1793 

82 Water 1794 

Loudon, Samuel, bookseller and stationer 
82 Water 1795-1796 

Loudon, Samuel, bookseller and stationer 

not in 1797 

Loudon, Samuel, jun., printer of the 
Diary & Universal Daily Advertizer 
82 Water 1795 

Loudon, Samuel C, bookbinder 

110 Pearl 1798 

110 Pearl & 14 Cliff 1799-1800 

2 Broad 1801 

102 Pearl 1802 

Loudon, Samuel C, accountant 
22 Pine 1803 

186 Pearl 1804 

Loudon, Samuel C, bookseller 

188 Pearl 1805 

Luis, Ferdinand, music 
361 Broadway 1845-1846 

483 Broadway 1847-1848 

483 Broadway, h. 139 Hudson 1849 

Luis, Ferdinand, music not in 1850-1852 

722 Broadway, h. 35 Hammond 1853 

722 Broadway 1854 

769 Broadway , 1855 

769 Broadway, h. 201 Lexington av. 

1856-1861 

Luis, Ferdinand, imp. 
769 Broadway, h. 201 Lex. av. 1862 

758 Broadway, h. 201 Lex. av. 1863-1866 



Major, D. 

45 Ann 1835 

Major, Daniel, attor. 

10 Cityhall-pl., h. Jane n. Av. 8th 1836 

10 Cityhall-pl, h. 59 Elm 1837 

Major, Daniel, attorney 

4 Cityhall-pl, h. 59 Elm 1838 
Major, Daniel, attor & couns 

80 Wall, h. 732 Greenwich 1839 
15 Centre, h. 51 Grove 1840 
27 Beekman, h. 115 Barrow 1841 
3 Reade 1842 

Major, Daniel, lawyer 

3 Reade 1843 

81 Nassau, h. 42 Charles 1844 
48 Centre, h. 42 Charles 1845 

5 Wall, h. 221 Av. 8 1846 

48 Centre, h. 221 Av. 8 1847 
511 Pearl, h. 221 Av. 8 1848 

Major, Daniel, lawyer not in 1849 
Major, Daniel, lithographer 

49 Wall, h. 248 Av. 8 1850 
Major, Daniel, lawyer 

248 Av. 8 1851 
177 Broadway, h. 50 W. Washington 

pi. 1852 
179 Broadway, h. 50 W. Washington 

pi. 1853 

15 Fulton, h. 26 Fulton 1854 

37 Chambers, h. 26 W. 16th 1855-1856 

3 Tryon row, h. 26 W. 16th 1857 

Major, Henry B, lithographer 

10 Watts 1844-1845 

117 Fulton, h. 10 Watts 1846 

117 Fulton, h. 553 G'wich 1847-1848 

117 Fulton, h. Wmsburg 1849-1851 

117 Fulton, h. Yonkers 1852 

Major, Henry, lithographer 

117 Fulton, h. Yonkers 1853-1854 

Major, Henry, lithographer not in 1855-1858 

Major, Henry 

h. 232 Tenth 1859 

Major, Henry not in 1860-1862 

Major, Henry, carver 

h. 49 Sixth 1864 

Major, H'y, lithographer 

449 B'way, h. 32 Varick 1865 

Major, Henry, lithographer 

449 B'way 1866 

71 B'way, h. Hickory n. Marcy av. 1867 

71 B'way, h. B'klyn 1868-1870 

71 B'way 1871 

Major, James, lithographer 

3 Nassau c. Wall 1834 

Major, James, lithographer not in 1835-1839 

Major, James P, engraver 

382 Broome 1840 

Watts 1841 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Major, James P., engraver not in 1842 

10 Watts 1843-1846 

h. 553 Greenwich 1847 

Major, James P., engraver not in 1848-1850 
115 Merchants Exchange, h. Williams- 
burgh 1851 
115 Mer. Ex., h. Wmsbrg. 1852 

115 Mer. Exch., h. Wmsbg. 1853 
Major, John, printer 

73 Christopher 1835 

41 Thompson 1836 

Major, John, printer not in 1837-1838 

Major, John, lithographer 

197 Elm 1839 

138 Thompson 1840 

Major, John, lithographer not in 1841-1845- 

116 Nassau 1846-1847 
73 Nassau 1848 

Major, John, lithographer not in 1849 

49 Wall, h. 154 Av. 8 1850 

Major, J. & D., lithographers 

49 Wall 1850 

Major, John & Daniel, lithographers 
177 Broadway, h. 68 Cliff (see card 
appendix) 1851 

Major, John & Daniel, lithographers, maps, 
cards, circulars, labels, commercial 
blanks, etc. 
177 Broadway, h. 68 Cliff (see card 

appendix) 1852 

179 Broadway (see card appendix) 1853 
Major, Rich'd, woodengraver 

117 Fulton, h. 553 G.wich 1848 
Major, Rich'd, woodengraver not in 1849-1850 
Major, Richard, wood engraver 

117 Fulton, h. Williamsburgh 1851 

Major, Richard, wood engrav. 

117 Fulton, h. Wmsbg. 1852 

Major, Richard, wood engraver 

117 Fulton, h. Williamsburg 1853 

Major, Richard, wood engraver not in 1854 

Major, Richard, lith. 

117 Fulton, h. Brooklyn 1855 

Major, Richard, lithographer 

117 Fulton, h. Brooklyn 1856 

449 Broadway, h. De Kalb av. c. Marcy 

av., Brooklyn 1857 

449 B'way, h. Dekalb av., B'klyn 1858-1859 
449 B'way, h. Dekalb c. Marcy av., 

B'klvn 1860-1861 

449 B'way 1862 

449 B'way, h. B'klyn 1863-1865 

Major, Richard, lithographs 
449 B'way & 26 Mercer 1866 

Major, Richard, lithographer 
71 B'way, h. B'klyn 1867-1870 

71 B'way 1871 

56 Park pi., h. B'klyn 1872 

Major, Richard, lithographer not in 1873 



Major, Richard, pres. 
56 Park pi., h. 775 Dekalb av., B'klyn 

1874-1875 
Major & Knapp, lithographers, engravers 
and printers 
449 Broadway 1865 

Major & Knapp Engraving, Manuf. & 
Lith. Co. 
449 B'way 1866 

Major & Knapp Engraving, Manufactur- 
ing & Lithographic Co. 
71 B'way 1867-70 

Major & Knapp Engraving, Manufactur- 
ing & Lithographing Co. 
71 B'way 1871 

Major & Knapp Engraving, Manufactur- 
ing and Lithographing Company. 
Finest styles of lithographic and type 
printing 
56 and 58 Park Place 1872 

Major & Knapp Engraving, Manuf. & 
Lithographing Co. 
58 Park pi. 1873 

56 Park pi. 1874-1875 

Mason, Daniel G., books 
23 Park row, h. 2 Bond 1851 

23 Park row 1852 

23 Park row, h. 56 W. 18th 1853-1854 

Mason, Daniel G, publ. 
23 Park row, h. 56 W. 18th 1855 

110 Duane, h. N. J. 1856 

Mason, Daniel G, books 

108 Duane, h. S. Orange, N. J. 1857-1858 
5 Mercer, h. N. J. 1859-1863 

7 Mercer, h. 216 W. 20th 1864 

596 B'way & 128 Crosby, h. 216 W. 

20th 1865 

596 B'way, h. 39 Union pi. 1866 

596 B'way 1867 

Mason, Daniel G, organs 

596 B'way 1868 

596 B'way, h. 39 W. 21st 1869 

Mason, Lowell, professor 

23 Park row, h. 56 W. 18th 1854 

Mason, L., jr., bookseller 

216 Pearl, h. Brooklyn 1850 

Mason, Lowell, jr., books 

22 Park row 1851-1852 

23 Park row 1853 
23 Park row, h. Orange, N. J. 1854 

Mason, Lowell, jr., publisher 
21 Park row, h. N. J. 1855 

110 Duane, h. N. Jersey 1856 

108 Duane, h. S. Orange 1857 

Mason, Lowell, jr., books 

108 Duane, h. S. Orange 1858 

5 Mercer, h. N. J. 1859 

Mason, Lowell, jr., publisher 
5 Mercer, h. N. J. 1860-1861 



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47 



Mason, Lowell, jr., books 




5 Mercer, h. N. J. 


1862-1863 


7 Mercer, h. N. J. 


1864 


596 B'way & 128 Crosby, h. 


N. J. 1865 


596 B'way, h. N. J. 


1866-1867 


Mason, Lowell, jr., pres. 




596 B'way, h. N. J. 


1868-1872 


Mason, Lowell, pres. 




25 Union sq., h. N. J. 


1873-1875 


Mason & Law, booksellers 




216 Pearl 


1850 


23 Park row 


1851-1852 


Mason Brothers, booksellers 




23 Park row 


1853-1854 


Mason Brothers, publishers 




23 Park row 


1855 


110 Duane 


1856 


Mason Brothers, books 




108 Duane 


1857-1858 


46 Walker, after September 




5 Mercer 


1859 


Mason Brothers, publishers 




5 Mercer 


1860-1861 


Mason Brothers, books 




5 Mercer 


1862-1863 


7 Mercer 


1864 


596 B'way & 128 Crosby 


1865 


596 B'way 


1866-1867 


596 B'way & 128 Crosby 


1868-1869 


128 Crosby 


1870 


Mayell, John. See Part III. 




Meetz, Raymond. See Part I. 




Mesier, Edward S., stationer 




51 William, h. 153 Wooster 


1833-1835 


Mesier & Rich, stationers 




51 William 


1835 


Mesier, Edward S., stationer 




57 William 


1836 


57 William, h. 134 Bleecker 


1837-1838 


51 William, h. 134 Bleecker 


1839 


Mesier, Edward S., stationer not in 1840-1844 1 


Mesier, Edward 




134 Bleecker 


1845 


Mesier, Edward S. 




134 Bleecker 


1846-1847 


Mesier, Edward S. 


not in 1848 


830 Broadway 


1849 


Mesier, Edmund S. 




838 Broadway 


1850 


Mesier, Edmund S. 


not in 1851 


Mesier, Edward S. 




749 Broadway 


1852-1853 


h. 749 Broadway 


1854 


Mesier, Peter A., book-binder 


and- sta- 


tioner 




106 Pearl 


1794-1795 



1 Probably connected with P. A. Mesier, 28 Wall. 



Mesier, Peter A., book-seller, binder and 
stationer 
107 Pearl, corner of Old slip 1796 

Mesier, Peter A., book-binder and sta- 
tioner 
107 Pearl 1797-1804 

Mesier, Peter A., book-seller and sta- 
tioner 
107 Pearl 1805 

Mesier, Peter A., bookseller 
107 Pearl, h. 27 Beaver 1806-1807 

107 Pearl, h. 47 Stone 1808-1814 

108 Pearl, h. 47 Stone 1815 
28 Wall, h. 47 Stone 1816-1834 

Mesier, Peter A., stationer & lithographer 
28 Wall, h. 51 Dey 1835-1836 

Mesier, Peter A., stationer 
28 Wall, h. 51 Dey 1837-1844 

49 Wall, h. 51 Dey 1845-1847 

Mesier, Peter A. & Co., stationers 
49 Wall, h. 305 Fourth 1848 

Mesier, Catherine, widow of Peter A. 
321 Fourth 1849 

Miller, John W., printer, publisher 
Centre c. White & 321 Broadway, h. 
213 W. 30th 1857 

Miller & Holman, printers 

Centre c. White 1857 

Millet, Charles A., music 
395 B'way, h. 240 W. 26th 1867 

395 B'way, h. 66 Charles 1868 

Millet, Frank J., music 
395 Broadway 1867 

395 Broadway, h. 66 Charles 1868 

263 Broadway, h. N. J. 1869 

Millet, Francis J., music 
395 Broadway, h. 47 Barrow 1870 

Millet, Frank J., music 
395 Broadway, h. 47 Barrow 1871 

395 Broadway, h. N. J. 1872 

398 Broadway, h. N. J. 1873 

437^ Broadway 1874 

437^4 Broadway, h. N. J. 1875 

Millet, William E., music store 

137 Broadway, h. 71 Franklin 1834 

385 Broadway, h. 14 Harison 1835 

375 Broadway, h. 12 Grand 1836 

375 Broadway, h. 76 Orchard 1837 

375 Broadway, h. 4 Walker 1838 

329 Broadway, h. 4 Walker 1839-1840 

329 Broadway 1841-1842 

Millet, William E., music store & pianos 
329 Broadway 1843-1845 

Millet, William E., music 
329 Broadway 1846-1849 

Millet, William E., musical inst. 
329 Broadway, h. Orange, N. J. 1850 

Millet, William E., music 
329 Broadway, h. Orange, N. J. 1851-1853 



48 



MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Millet, William E., musical inst. 
329 Broadway, h. 329 Broadway 1854 

Millet, William E., music 
329 Broadway, h. Orange, N. J. 1855 

325 Broadway, h. Orange, N. J. 1856 

325 Broadway, h. 526^ Broome 1857 

325 Broadway, h. N. J. 1858 

329 Broadway 1859 

329 Broadway, h. N. J. 1860 

395 Broadway 1861 

395 Broadway, h. N. J. 1862 

395 Broadway, h. 251 W. 28th 1863-1866 
395 Broadway, h. N. J. 1867 

Millet Brothers, music 
395 Broadway 1867 

Millet, W. E. Sons, music 
395 Broadway 1868 

Millet, Wm. E. & Son, music 
263 Broadway, h. N. J. 1869 

Millet & Son, music 
395 Broadway 1870 

Millet, Wm. E. & Son, music 
395 Broadway, h. N. J. 1871-1872 

395 Broadway 1873 

Millet & Co., music 
437J^ Broadway 1874-1875 

Montgomery, Alex'r, com. mer. 
106 Broad, h. B'klyn 1851-1852 

Montgomery, A., publisher of the Illus- 
trated magazine of Art 25^ 
17 Spruce 1853 

Montgomery, Alexander, publisher 
20 N. William, h. B'klyn 1854 

Murphy, John D., music 
h. 117 Greenwich 1875 



Neely, Lorenzo, bookseller 

221 Bleecker 1835 

Neely, Lorenzo, books 

221 Bleecker, h. 233 Bleecker 1836-1837 

221 Bleecker, h. 176 Prince 1838-1840 

221 Bleecker, h. 226 Varick 1841-1842 

Neely, Lorenzo, stationer 

216 Bleecker, h. 18 Cottage pi. 1843-1844 
Neely, Lorenzo, stationer not in 1845-1846 
Neely, Lorenzo, lawyer 

Av.-9. c. 23d 1847 

Newman, Mark H., books 

199 Broadway, h. 31 Vandam 1842 

Newman, Mark H., publisher 

199 Broadway, h. 31 Vandam 1843-1846 

Newman, Mark H. & Co., publishers 

199 Broadway, h. 31 Vandam 1847 

199 Broadway, h. Washington av. c. 
Atlantic, Brooklyn 1848-1849 

Newman, Mark H., publisher 

199 Broadway, h. Clinton av., Brooklyn 1850 
Newman, M. H. & Co., publishers 

199 Broadway 1850 



Newman, Mark H. & Co., publishers 

199 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1851 

Newman, Mark H., publisher 

199 B'way, h. Brooklyn 1852 

Newman & Ivison, publishers (see Ivison 
& Phinnay, publishers, 1854) 

178 Fulton 1853 

Novello, Alfred, music 

389 Broadway 1856-1857 

Novello, Joseph A., music 

389 Broadway 1853 

389 Broadway, h. England 1854 
389 Broadway, h. London, England 1855 

Novello, Joseph A., imp. 

389 Broadway, h. London 1856 

389 Broadway 1857 

Novello, Joseph A., imp. not in 1858-1860 

Clinton Hall 1861 

Oakley, William H. See Part I. 

Oram, James, printer 

62 Broad 1790-1791 

12 Dutch 1792 

8 Gold 1793 

29 Gold 1794 

24 Liberty 1795 
office, 33 Liberty, where the Prices 
current and Marine list is published 

every Monday 1796 

33 Liberty 1797-1799 

Oram, James, printer and stationer 

102 Water 1800-1803 

Oram, James, printer and stationer not in 

1804-1806 

Oram, James, bookseller 

114 Water 1807-1808 

Oram, James, bookseller not in 1809-1811 

Oram, James, printer and bookseller 

241 Pearl 1812 

70 John 1813 

102 Water 1814-1815 

Oram, James, printer 

102 Water, h. 15 Broadway 1816 

68 William, h. 15 Broadway 1817 

5 Burling slip, h. 69 Beekman 1818 

Oram & Mott, printers 

5 Burling slip 1818 

Oram, James, printer 

5 Burling slip, h. 112 Greenwich 1819 

5 Burling slip, h. 192 Broadway 1820 

5 Burling slip, h. 154 Broadway 1821-1822 

5 Burling slip, h. 117 Chamber 1823 

5 Burling slip, h. 133 Greenwich 1824 

133 Greenwich 1825-1826 

Paff, John, musical store 

112 Broadway 1798 
Paff, John and M., musical store 

112 Broadway 1799 



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49 



Paff, John and M., musical store, continued 
127 Broadway 1800-1803 

54 Maiden-lane 1804-1805 

Paff, John and M., music store 
54 Maiden-lane & 2 City Hotel 1806 

2 City-hotel, h. 1 Cortlandt 1807 

2 City-hotel 1808 

149 Broadway 1809 

149 Broadway, h. 69 Cortlandt 1810 

Paff, John, music store 

149 Broadway 1811 

9 Park 1812 

7 Park, h. 37 Chamber 1813-1814 

4 City-hotel, h. 37 Chamber 1815-1816 

18 Wall 1817 

Paine & Burgess, books 

62 John 1845 

Paine & Burgess, publishers and book- 
sellers 
60 John 1846 

Peabody & Co. C. H., London books: 
fine engravings : fancy stationary ; 
music: drawing materials: cutlery 
etc. etc. 
adjoining the American Hotel, near 
Park pi., 233 Broadway, opposite 
the Park * 1831 

Peabody & Co. London & American books 

— fine engravings — fancy stationary 
drawing materials — agents for for- 
eign & American periodicals, etc. 

No. 219 Broadway, 2 doors from St. 
Paul's church 1832 

Peabody & Co. London & American books 

— fine engravings — fancy stationary 
drawing materials — agents for for- 
eign & American periodicals ; also 
publishers of the Knickerbacker 
Magazine, a popular monthly work, 
price five dollars per year 

No. 219 Broadway, 2 doors from St. 
Paul's church 1833 

Peabody, Charles H. 

359 Broadway up stairs 1834 

Pearson, Sidney, musician 

120 Prince ' 1841 

74 Carmine 1842 

Pearson, Sidney, music teacher 

367 Fifth 1843-1844 

295 Fifth 1845-1846 

Pearson, Sidney, teacher 

295 Fifth 1847-1848 

78 Bleecker, h. 295 Fifth 1849 

Pearson, Sidney, music seller 

78 Bleecker, h. Williamsburgh 1850 

Pearson, Sidney, music 

78 Bleecker, h. Wmsbg. 1851 



1 The advertisement of 1832 does not mention music. 



1852-1853 

1854-1858 
1859 
1860 

1861 

1862 

1863 
1864 

1865 

1830 
1831 
1832 



Pearson, Sydney, music 
78 Bleecker, h. 233 Fifth 

Pearson, Sidney, music 
78 Bleecker, h. 272 Elizabeth 
52 W. 12th, h. 272 Elizabeth 
52 E. 12th, h. 272 Elizabeth 

Pearson, Sidney, engraver 
h. 272 Elizabeth 

Pearson, Sydney, engraver 
534 B'way, h. 160 E. 33d 

Pearson, Sidney, engraver 
h. 165 E. 21st 
538 B'way, h. 165 E. 21st 

Pearson, Sarah, wid. Sidney 
h. 165 E. 21st 

Pendleton, John, lithographer 
137 Broadway, h. 27 Chat'm 
94 Broadway 
9 Wall 

Pendleton, John B., lithographer 
45 Maiden-1., h. 60 Liberty 1833 

137 Broadway, h. 60 Liberty 1834 

137 Broadway 1835-1836 

137 Broadway, h. 124 Hudson 1837-1838 

Pendleton, John B., publisher 
57, h. 78 Gold 1839 

Pendleton & Hill, bookstore 
94 Broadway 1831-1832 

Perkins, Theodore. See Part III. 

Perkins & Co. See Part III. 

Peters, J. L., music 
198 B'way, h. N. J. 1868 

198 B'way, h. 152 Jersey Av. J. C. 1869 

Peters, John L., music 
599 B'way, h. Hall c. Vanburen, B'klyn 1870 
599 B'way, h. Glenwood 1871-1872 

599 B'way, h. 139 E. 79th 1873-1874 

843 B'way, h. 139 E. 79th 1875 

Pond, Sylvanus B. 

121 Hester c. Forsyth 1833 

Pond, Sylvanus B., musical inst. maker 

102 Henry 1834-1835 

36 Vandewater 1836 

Pond, Sylvanus B., mus. insts. 

1 Franklin sq., h. 425 Pearl 1837-1838 

1 Franklin sq., h. 428 Pearl 1839 

1 Franklin sq. 1840-1841 

Pond, Sylvanus B., mus. insts. not in 1842 

Pond, Sylvanus B., music 

1 Franklin sq., h. Brooklyn 1843-1846 

1 Franklin sq. & 239 B'way, h. Brook- 
lyn 1847 
1 Franklin sq., h. Washington, B'klyn 1848 
1 Franklin sq., h. 90 Washington, 
B'klyn 1849 

Pond, Henry W., music 
1 Franklin sq., h. 121 Greene 1854-1855 
547 Broadway, h. 121 Greene 1856-1857 

Pond, Henry W., music not in 1858-1861 

547 Broadway 1862 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Pond, Henry W., u. s. a. 
h. 22 E. 50th 1863 

Pond, William A., music 

1 Franklin sq., h. 6 Walker 1847 

1 Franklin sq. 1848 

1 Franklin sq., h. 230 E. B'way 1849 

Pond, William A., musical insts. 

1 Franklin sq., h. 223 E. B'way 1850 

Pond, William E., music dealer 

1 Franklin sq., h. 223 E. Broadway 1850 

Pond, William E., music 

1 Franklin sq., h. 121 Greene 1851-1855 

547 Broadway, h. 121 Greene 1856-1858 

547 Broadway 1859 

547 Broadway, h. 36 Charlton 1860 

Pond, William E., pianos 
547 B'way, h. 36 Charlton 1861 

Pond, William E., music 
547 B'way, h. 36 Charlton 1862 

Pond, William A. & Co., music 
547 B'way, h. 36 Charlton 1863-1864 

547 B'way 1865 

547 B'way, h. 405 W. 21st 1866 

Pond, William A. & Co., pianos & music 
547 B'way, h. 405 W. 21st 1867-1869 

547 & 896 B'way, h. 405 W. 21st 1870 

547 B'way, 39 Union sq. & 92 Mercer, 
h. 405 W. 21st 1871-1872 

Pond, William A. & Co., pianos 
547 B'way, 39 Union sq., h. 405 W. 21st 1873 

Pond, William A. & Co., pianos & music 
547 B'way, 39 Union sq. 92 Mercer, 

h. 405 W. 21st 1874 

547 B'way, 39 Union sq. 118 Mercer, 
h. 18 E. 48th 1875 

Pond, William A., Jr., music 
547 Broadway ' 1871 

Pond, William A., Jr., music not in 1872 

547 B'way & 39 Union sq., h. 405 

W. 31 1873 

547 B'way & 39 Union sq., h. 405 

W. 21st 1874 

547 B'way & 39 Union sq., h. 18 E. 
48th 1875 

Prescott, Thomas, music engraver 
62 Provost 1832 

194 Hester 1833 

15 Renwick 1834-1835 

32 Burton 1836-1837 

Procter, Francis P., books 
508 B'way, h. 132 Deane, B'klyn 1859 

Procter, Francis P., books not in 1860-1861 

Procter, Francis P., merchant 

52 South, h. 25 Tompkins pi., B'klyn 1862 

Putnam, George P., books 

161 Broadway, h. 44 Bleecker 1838-1839 
161 Broadway, h. 88 Bleecker 1840 

Putnam, George P., books not in 1841-1842 



Putnam, George P., bookseller 

161 Broadway 1843 

161 B'way & 39 John 1844-1845 

Putnam, George P., books 

161 Broadway 1846-1847 

Putnam, George P., of late firm Wiley & 
Putnam 

155 Broadway, h. Staten Island 1848 

Putnam, George P., books 

155 Broadway, h. Staten Island 1849-1851 

10 Park pi., h. Staten Island 1852 

Putnam, George P., books not in 1853 

Putnam, Geo. P., publisher 

10 Park pi., h. Yonkers 1854 

Putnam, Geo. P., publisher not in 1855 

Putnam, George P., books 

321 Broadway, h. Yonkers 1856-1857 

Putnam, Geo. P., publisher 

506 B'way, h. Melrose 1858 

Putnam, George P., books 

115 Nassau, h. W. Morrisania 1859 

Putnam, George P., books not in 1860 

532 B'way, h. 107 E. 17th 1861-1862 

Putnam, George P., collector 

937 B'way, & books, 441 B'way, h. 107 
E. 17th 1863 

Putnam, George P., publisher and book- 
seller 

441 B'way, and collector of the United 
States Internal Revenue for the 8th 
District, 921 B'way, h. 921 B'way 1864 
Putnam, George P., collector U. S. in- 
ternal revenue 

923 B'way, and books, 401 B'way, h. 
107 E. 17th 1865 

Putnam, Geo. P., collector 8th dist. 

190 Fifth av. & publisher, 459 Broome, 
h. 47 E. 23rd 1866 

Putnam, Geo. P., books 

661 B'way, h. 47 E. 23d 1867 

Putnam, George P., books 

661 B'way, h. 47 E. 23d 1868 

661 B'way, h. 33 E. 28th 1869 

308 Fourth av., h. 142 E. 18th 1870 

54 E. 23d, h. 142 E. 18th 1871 

308 Fourth av., h. 142 E. 18th 1872 

Putnam, George P., books not in 1873 

Putnam, Victoria H, wid. George P., books 

308 Fourth, h. 328 E. 15th 1873 

Putnam, Geo. P. & Co., publishers, book- 
sellers and importers, office of Put- 
nam's monthly 

10 Park pi., h. 92 E. 16th 1853 

Putnam, G. P. & Co., publishers 

10 Park pi. 1854 

Putnam, George P. & Co., publishers 

10 Park pi. 1855 

Putnam, G. P. & Co., publishers 

321 Broadway 1856-1857 



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51 



Putnam, G. P. & Son, books 

661 Broadway 
Putnam, G. P. & Sons, books 

54 E. 23d & 308 Fourth av. 

3089 Fourth av. 
Putnam, G. P. & Sons, publishers 

308 Fourth av. & 54 E. 23d 
Putnam, G. P. Sons, books 

308 Fourth av. & 54 E. 23d 1873-1875 



1867-1869 

1870 
1871 

1872 



Quidor, George W., engraver 

333 Broadway 1849 

Quidor, George W., engraver not in 1850-1852 
Qyidor, George W., engraver 

6 Spring, h. 72 Sullivan 1853-1854 



Rickers, John J. See Part III. 




Riley, E., music teacher 




13 Broad, h. Harison 


1806 


3 Cortlandt 


1807 


28 Dey 


1808 


31 Dey 


1809-1810 



Riley, E., music engraver & publisher 

17 Chatham 1811 

23 Chatham 1812-1818 

29 Chatham 1819-1820 

Riley, E., music publisher & instr. maker 
29 Chatham 1821-1831 

Riley, Elizabeth, widow of Ed. music 
store 
29 Chatham, h. 64 Eldridge 1831 

29 Chatham, h. 117 Wooster 1832-1833 

29 Chatham 1834 

Riley & Adams, copperplate printers 

17 Chatham 1811 

23 Chatham 1812-1814 

Riley & Adams, copperplate printers 

not in 1815 

Riley & Adams 
23 Chatham 1816-1818 

29 Chatham 1819-1820 

Riley, Albert, prof, music 

117 Wooster 1837-1838 

Riley, Edward C, professor of music 
29 Chatham 1823-1828 

61 Chatham 1829-1830 

61 Chatham & 264^ Bowery 1831-1832 

29 Chatham, h. 264^ Bowery 1833 

29 Chatham, h. 117 Wooster 1834-1840 

Riley & Co. E., music publishers 
29 Chatham 1836-1840 

Riley, Edward C. & Co., prof, music 
29 Chatham, h. 117 Wooster . 1841-1842 

Riley, Edward C. & Co., prof, music 

not in 1843 

Riley, Edward, prof, music 

134 Sullivan 1844 

3 East 15th 1845 



Riley, Edward, musician 

221 W. 21st 1846 

Riley, Edward C, teacher of music 

3 E. 15th 1847 

42 E. 15th - 1848 

Riley, Edward C, prof, of music 

42 E. 15th 1849-1852 

Riley, Edward, prof, of music 

87 E. 30th 1853 

Riley, Edward C, prof, of music 

h. 87 E. 30th 1854 

Riley, Edward C, music 

87 E. 30th 1855-1856 

Riley, Edward C, teacher 

87 E. 30th 1857 

Riley, Edward C, prof. 

h. 99 E. 30th 1858-1859 

Riley, Edward C, music 

h. 149 E. 30th 1860 

Riley, Edward C, music not in 1861 

Riley, Edward C, prof. 

h. 149 E. 30th 1862-1863 

Riley, Edward C. 

h. 149 E. 30th 1864-1866 

Riley, Edward C, music 

h. 149 E. 30th 1867 

Riley, Edward C, prof. 

h. 149 E. 30th 1868 

Riley, Edward, music 

h. 149 E. 30th 1869 

Riley, Edward C. 

h. 149 E. 30th 1870-1871 

Riley, Frederick, music 

29 Chatham 1843 

297y 2 Broadway 1 1844-1849 

297^ Broadway, h. 83 Chatham 1850 

Riley, Frederick, instruments 

52 Ann 1851 

Riley, F. & Co., music publishers and 
musical instrument manufacturers 

297 Broadway 1845-1847 

Riley, F. & Co., music 

297^2 Broadway 1848-1849 

Riley, F. & Co., music store 

297y 2 Broadway 1850 

Riley, Henry. See Part III. 
Robb & Mundy. See Part III. 
Robertson, George, printer and bookseller 

139 William 1795 

Robertson, George, printers 

21 Rose 1796 

Robertson & Cassidy, printers 

21 Rose 1796 

Robinson, Henry R., broker 

52 Cortlandt 1832 



1 '-Sacred Melody", Meetz, cop. 1844 by F. Riley, 297 
Broadway. 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Robinson, Henry R., carver & gilder 
52 Cortlandt 1833 

Robinson, Henry R., carver & gilder 

not in 1834-1835 

Robinson, Henry R., caricaturist 
48, h. 52 Cortlandt 1836 

52 Cortlandt 1837-1838 

52 Cortlandt & 2 Wall 1839-1840 

52 Cortlandt 1841-1842 

Robinson, Henry R., lithog. 

142 Nassau, h. 191 William 1843-1844 

Robinson, Henry R., lithogr. 

142 Nassau, h. 370 Pearl 1845 

142 Nassau, h. 23 Barclay 1846-1847 

Robinson, Henry R., lithographer, print 
and caricature publisher 
142 Nassau & 31 Park row, h. 23 
Barclay 1848 

Robinson, Henry R., lithographer 
31 Park row, bds. Lovejoy's hotel 1849 

11 Theatre alley 1850 

Rogers & Berry, booksellers & stationers 
128 Pearl 1795 

Rogers & Berry, booksellers, stationers 
etc. 
128 Pearl 1796 

Rogers & Berry, booksellers and stationers 
128 Pearl 1797 

Roshore, John, printer 
20 Cortlandt, h. 212 Fulton 1849 

83 Duane, h. 75 Duane 1850 

Roshou, John, music eng. 
83 Duane, h. 554 Pearl 1851 

83 Duane, h. 15 Leonard 1852 

83 Duane, h. 126 E. 28th 1853 

Roshore, John T., engraver (music, Clas. 
Dir. 1854) 
83 Duane, h. 126 E. 28th 1854 

Roshore, John, engraver 
83 Duane, h. 226 Hudson 1855 

83 Duane, h. 59 Hudson 1856 

83 Duane, h. 12 Harrison 1857 

83 Duane, h. 146 E. 28th 1858 

701 B'way, h. 144 E. 28th 1859 

Roshore, John T., printer 
701 B'way, h. 144 E. 28th 1860-1862 

538. B'way, h. 159 E. 27th 1863-1865 

205 Mercer, h. 185 E. 20th 1866 

205 Mercer 1867 

Roshore, John T., music 
2 Leroy pi., h. 312 E. 33d 1868 



Sage & Clough, printers 

149 Pearl 1803-1805 

Sage & Thompson's bookstore 

149 Pearl 1804-1805 

Sage & Thompson, booksellers 

149 Pearl 1806 



not in 1807 



1807 

1808 

1809-1811 

1812 

1813-1814 

not in 1815 

1816-1817 

1818-1819 
1820 

1821 



Sage & Thompson, booksellers 

Sage, Harris, printer 
61 Pearl 

Sage, Harris, broker 
61 Pearl 

33 William, h. 61 Pearl 
6 New 
Grand c. Rhynders 

Sage, Harris, broker 

Sage, Harris, army contractor 
29 Grand 

Sage, Harris 
29 Grand 
Mercer n. Spring 

Sage, Harris, printer 
Mercer n. Spring 

Sage, Harris, bookseller 
208 Broadway, h. Mercer n. Spring 1822 

214 Broadway, h. Mercer n. Spring 1823 1 

Sage, Harris, teacher of singing 
60 Mercer 1824 

Sage, Harris, printer 
83 Mercer 1825 

107 Laurens 1826 

147 Laurens 1827-1829 

St. Martin, A., flower manufacturer 
359 Broadway 1831 

St. Martin, E. C, music, etc., store 
359 Broadway 1832-1833 

Sarony, Napoleon, lithographer 
99 Nassau & 117 Fulton 1846 

117 Fulton 1847 

Sarony. Napoleon, lithog'er 
117 Fulton, h. 553 G'wich 1848 

117 Fulton, h. Williamsb'g 1849 

Sarony, Napoleon, lithographer 

117 Fulton, h. Williamsburgh 1850 

Sarony, Napoleon, lithog'r 
117 Fulton, h. Wmsburg 1851 

117 Fulton, h. Yonkers 1852-1854 

Sarony, Napoleon, lith. 
117 Fulton, h. Yonkers 1855 

Sarony, Napoleon, lithographer 
117 Fulton, h. Yonkers 1856 

449 Broadway, h. Yonkers 1857-1858 

449 B'way, h. Yonkers 1859 

449 B'way 1860-1863 

Sarony, Napoleon, lithographer 

not in 1864-1866 

Sarony, Napoleon, phot, matls. 
543 B'way 1867 

Sarony, Napoleon, photographs 
630 B'way, h. 8 Clinton pi. 1868 

680 B'way, h. St. Germain h. 1869 

680 B'way, h. W. 40th c. Sixth av. 1870 
680 B'way 1871 



1 Also advertisement of music store at 208 Broadway, 
on front page of directory of 1823. 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



53 



Sarony, Napoleon, photographer 
680 B'way, h. 3 E. 17th 1872 

Sarony, Napoleon, photographs 
680 B'way, h. St. Julian h. 1873 

Sarony, Napoleon, artist 
680 B'way, h. St. Julien h. 1874 

Sarony, Napoleon, photographs 
680 B'way, h. St. Julien h. 1875 

Sarony, Otto, artist 
680 B'way, h. 54 W. 10th 1872 

680 B'way, h. Yonkers 1873 

Sarony, Otto, photographs 
680 B'way, h. Yonkers 1874-1875 

Saronv & Major, lithog'prs 
99 Nassau & 117 Fulton 1846 

Sarony & Major, lithographers 

117 Fulton 1847-1851 

Sarony & Major, practical lithographers, 
in every branch of the profession 
117 Fulton 1852 

Sarony & Co., lithographers 
117 Fulton 1853-1854 

Saronv & Co., practical lithographers 
117 Fulton 1855 

Sarony & Co., lithographers 
117 Fulton 1856 

Sarony, Major & Knapp, lithographers 
449 B'dway 1857-1858 

449 B'way 1859 

449 B'way & 26 Mercer 1860-1863 

Sarony, Major & Knapp, lithographers 

not in 1864-1867 

Sarony & Co., photographs 
630 B'way 1868 

680 B'way 1869-1870 

Scharfenberg, William, music 1 
361 Broadway 1845-1846 

483 Broadway 1847-1848 

483 Broadway, h. 95 Spring 1849-1851 

483 Broadway, h. 77 Ninth 1852 

Scharfenberg, William, music not in 1853 

722 Broadway, h. 53 W. 36th 1854 

769 Broadway, h. 53 W. 36th 1855-1860 

769 B'way, h. 63 W. 36th 1861-1862 

758 B'way, h. 63 W. 36th 1863 

758 B'way, h. 59 W. 36th 1864-1865 

758 B'way, h. Morrisania 1866 

Scharfenberg & Luis, music 
361 Broadway 1845-1846 

483 Broadway 1847 

Scharfenberg & Luis, importers of music 
483 Broadway 1848-1849 

Scharfenberg & Louis, music 
483 Broadway 1850 

Scharfenberg & Luis, importers of music 
483 Broadway 1851 



1 "New Year's Gift," cop. 1844, by Scharfenberg & 
Luis, 361 Broadway. 



Scharfenberg & Luis, music 
483 Broadway 1852 

722 Broadway 1853-1854 

769 Broadway 1855 

Scharfenberg & Luis 
769 Broadway 1856 

Scharfenberg & Luis, music 
769 Broadway 1857-1862 

758 Broadway 1863-1866 

Schirmer, Gustavus, clerk 
h. 224 Thompson 1856 

Schirmer, G., music 
701 Broadway, h. 126 First Ave. 1857 

Schirmer, Gustavus, clerk 
701 Broadway, h. 126 First Ave. 1858 

Schirmer, Gustave, music (see Beer & 
Schirmer) 
701 Broadway, h. 87 Amity 1859-1861 

701 Broadway, h. 106 Amity 1862-1863 

701 Broadway, h. Tremont 1864 

701 Broadway, h. 79 W. 12th 1865 

Schirmer, Gustav, music 
701 Broadway, h. 79 W. 12th 1866 

Schirmer, Gustavus, music 
701 Broadway, h. 79 W. 12th 1867-1868 

Schirmer, Gustav, music 
701 Broadway, h. 79 W. 12th 1869 

Schirmer, G., imp. and publisher of music, 
Circulating Music Library 
701 B'way, h. 79 W. 12th ' 1870-1875 

Schuberth, Julius, music 
539 B'way, h. 87 E. 26th 1854 

Schuberth, Julius, music not in 1855-1856 

98 Spring 1857 

98 Spring, h. Europe 1858-1860 

98 Spring 1861 

98 Spring, h. Europe 1862-1863 

98 Spring 1864 

820 Broadway 1865-1866 

820 Broadway, h. Fairmount 1867-1869 

820 B'way 1870-1871 

Schuberth, J. & Co., music 
257 Broadway 1851-1853 

Schuberth & Co., music 
539 Broadway 1854 

Schuberth, Julius & Co., music 
539 Broadway, h. 88 W. 29th 1855 

539 Broadway 1856 

Schuberth, J. & Co., music 
98 Spring 1857-1864 

Schuberth, J. & Co., old publishing house 
(founded 40 years ago in Hamburg 
& Leipzig) music, pianos, etc. 
820 Broadway 1865 

Schuberth, J. & Co., same ad. as above, 
"musical instruments" substituted for 
"music" 
820 Broadway 1866 



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Schuberth, J. & Co., music 






820 Broadway 


1867- 


-1871 


Schuberth, Julius & Co. 






820 B'way, h. B'klyn 




1872 


Schuberth, Edw., music 






98 Spring, h. 156 Spring 




1858 


98 Spring 




1859 


Schuberth, Edward, music 






98 Spring, h. Hoboken 




1860 


98 Spring, h. 57 Allen 


1861- 


-1862 


98 Spring, h. 105 Sullivan 


1863- 


-1864 


820 Broadway, h. 105 Sullivan 




1865 



820 Broadway, h. E. 52d. n. First av. 1866 

820 Broadway, h. 420 E. 52d. 1867 

820 Broadway, h. 402 E. 51st 1868-1870 

Schuberth, Edward, music not in 1871-1872 

23 Union sq., h. 402 E. 51st 1873-1875 

Schuberth, Edward & Co., music 

20 Union sq., h. 401 E. 57th 1872 

23 Union sq. 1873 

Schuberth, Edward & Co., importers & 
publishers of music 

23 Union sq. 1874-1875 

Schwachhofer, Edward. See Part III. 

Slater, Moses. See Part III. 

Smillie, George H., artist 

212 Fifth av., h. 20 W. 41st 1864-1866 

212 Fifth av., h. 120 W. 41st 1867-1871 

h. 120 W. 41st 1872 

Smillie, James, engraver 

43 Bedford 1840. 

69 Merch. Exch., h. 43 Bedford 1841 

48 Merchants Exchange 1842 

Smillie, James, engraver not in 1843 

Twelfth n. Av. 7 1844 

Smillie, Jas., engraver 

N. Y. Univ., h. Twelfth Av. 7 1845 

Smillie, James, engraver 

N. Y. Univ., h. 31 W. Twelfth 1846 

N. Y. Univ., h. 35 Twelfth 1847-1848 

h. 35 Twelfth 1849 

Smillie, James, engraving 

h. 35 Twelfth 1850 

Smillie, James, engraver 

27 Wall, h. 35 Twelfth 1851 

27 Wall, h. 35 W. 12th 1852 

111 Broadway, h. 35 W. 12th 1853 

111 Broadway, h. 29 Twelfth 1854-1858 

111 B'way, h. 20 W. 41st 1859 

Smillie, James, engraver not in 1860 

1 Wall, h. 20 W. 41st 1861-1864 

Smillie, James, engraver not in 1865-1867 

h. 120 W. 41st 1868-1869 

Smillie, James, engraver not in 1870-1871 

142 B'way, h. 120 W. 41st 1872 

742 B'way, h. 120 W. 41st 1873 

146 B'way, h. 120 W. 41st 1874 

146 B'way 1875 



Smillie, James D., engraver 
70 Mers. ex., h. 20 W. 41st 1860 

Smillie, James D., artist 
212 Fifth av., h. 20 W. 41st 1864-1866 

212 Fifth av., h. 120 W. 41st 1867-1871 

Smillie, Jas. D., artist 
212 Fifth av., h. 120 W. 41st 1872 

Smillie, James D., artist 
212 Fifth av., h. 120 W. 41st 1873-1874 

212 Fifth av., h. Pa. 1875 

Snyder, George, lithographer 

112 John, h. 162 Forsyth 1845-1847 

Snyder, George, litho'pher 
138 William, h. 162 Forsyth 1848-1849 

Snyder, George, lithographer 
138 William & 87 Fulton, h. 303 Fifth 1850 

Snyder, George, lithographer not in 1851 

87 Fulton, h. 263 Houstoun 1852 

87 Fulton, h. 37 Clinton 1853 

87 Fulton, h. 83 E. Broadway 1854-1855 
92 William, h. 98 Henry 1856-1857 

92 William, h. 260 Henry 1858 

92 William, h. 220 Henry 1859-1868 

92 William, h. 185 Clermont av., 

B'klyn 1869-1870 

92 William, h. 227 Clermont av., 

B'klyn 1871-1873 

92 William, h. B'klyn 1874 

92 William, h. 227 Clermont av., 

B'klyn 1875 

Snyder & Black, lithographers 

138 William & 87 Fulton 1850 
Snyder & Black, lithographers not in 1851 

87 Fulton 1852-1853 

Snyder, Black & Sturn, lithographers 

87 Fulton 1854-1855 

92 William 1856-1871 

Snyder, Black & Sturn, lithographers 

not in 1872 
Snyder & Black, lithographers 

92 William 1872-1875 

Stanford, Thomas N., mer. 

127 Broadway, h. 16 Harrison 1830 

Stanford, Thomas N., bookstore 

152 Broadway, h. 16 Harrison 1831-1832 

152 Broadway, h.. 13 Lispenard 1833-1835 
Stanford, Thomas N., books 

152 Broadway, h. 13 Lispenard 1836-1844 

139 B'way, h. 13 Lispenard 1845-1848 
137 B'way, h. 13 Lispenard 1849 

Stanford, Thomas N., publisher 

137 B'way, h. 13 Lispenard 1850 

Stanford, Thomas N., books 
137 B'way, h. 13 Lispenard 1851-1852 

139 B'way, h. 13 Lispenard 1853 

637 B'way, h. 13 Lispenard 1854-1856 

Stanford, Thomas N., bookseller, pub- 
lisher and importer 
637 Broadway, h. Perth Amboy 1857 



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55 



Stanford, Thomas N., books 

508 B'way, h. Perth Amboy 1858 

Stanford & Delissier, books 

508 B'way 1858 

Stanford & Swords, booksellers (see 
Swords, Stanford & Co.) 

139 Broadway 1844-1848 

137 Broadway 1849 

Stanford & Swords, publishers 

137 Broadway 1850 

Stanford & Swords, booksellers 

137 Broadway 1851-1853 

Stanford & Swords, books 

637 Broadway 1854 

Stanford & Swords, booksellers 

637 B'way 1855 

Stodart, William 

306 Pearl, h. 61 Broadway 1819 

Stodart, William not in 1820-1823 

Stodart, William, music store 

126 Broadway, h. 17 Lispenard 1824-1825 

126 Broadway, h. 166 Greene 1826 

149 Broadway, h. 22 Greene 1827 
167 Broadway, h. 22 Greene 1828-1829 
167 Broadway, h. 15 Crosby 1830-1834 

Sturn, Hermann, lithographer 

87 Fulton, h. 250 Clinton, B'klyn 1854 

87 Fulton, h. 58 Henry 1855 

92 William, h. 58 Henry 1856 

Sturm, Hermann, lithographer 

92 William, h. 260 Henry 1857 

Sturn, Hermann, lithographer 

92 William, h. 243 Henry 1858-1861 

Sturn, Herman, lithographs 

92 William, h. 243 Henry 1862 

Sturn, Hermann, lithographer 

90 William, h. 243 Henry 1863 

Sturn, Herman, lithographer 

92 William, h. 243 Henry 1864-1866 

92 William, h. 81 E. 60th 1867-1869 

Sturn, Hermann, lithographer 

92 William, h. 135 E. 60th 1870 

Sturn, Herman, lithographer 

92 William, h. 135 E. 60th 1871 

Sturn, Herman, lithographer not in 1872 

Sturn, Anne, wid. Herman 

h. 46 St. Mark's pi. 1873 

Swett, Moses, lithographer (see Endi- 
cott & Swett) 

111 Nassau 1832 

Swett, Moses, lithographer not in 1833 

359 Broadway upstairs 1834 

150 Nassau c. Spruce 1835 
359 Broadway 1836 

Swindells, James H, prof, of music 

66 Dominick 1817 

Swindells, James H, prof, of music 

not in 1818-1823 



Swindells, James H., music store 
65 Bowery 1824 

328 Broadway, h. 109 Spring 1825 

109 Spring 1826 
Swords, Charles R. 

87 Leonard 1846-1847 

95 Cedar bds. Carlton house 1848-1849 

Swords, Edward J., stationer 

152 Broadway, h. 57 Barrow 1835 

152 Broadway, h. Bloomingdale 1836 

Swords, Edward J., stationer not in 1837 

Swords, Edward J., books 
152 Broadway, h. 14th n. Av. 7th 1838 

152 Broadway, h. 129 Fourteenth 1839 

152 Broadway 1840 

Swords, Edward J., books not in 1841-1842 
139 B'way, h. Bloomingdale 1843 

Swords, Edward J. 
139 B'way, h. Bloomingdale 1844 

h. Bloomingdale 1845-1846 

Swords, Edward J., printer 
106 Fulton, h. 165 W. 18th 1847 

106 Fulton, h. E. S7th 1848 

Swords, James, printer 
44 Crown 1789 

Swords, Thomas and James, printers 
43 Crown 1790 

27 William 1791-1793 

Swords, Thomas and James, printers, 
booksellers and stationers 
167 William 1794 

Swords, Thomas and James, printers and 
booksellers 
99 Pearl 1795 

Swords, Thomas and James, printers, 
booksellers and publishers of the N. 
York literary repository 
99 Pearl, near Old slip 1796 

Swords, Thomas and James, printers and 
booksellers 
99 Pearl 1797-1798 

Swords, T. & J., printers and booksellers 
99 Pearl 1799-1801 

99 & 160 Pearl 1802 

160 Pearl 1803-1820 

99 Pearl 1821-1826 

99 Pearl & 127 Broadway 1827 

Swords, T. & J., printers & booksellers 
127 Broadway c. Cedar 1828-1831 

Swords, Tames 
87 Leonard 1827 

Swords, James, bookseller 

127 Broadway, h. 87 Leonard 1828-1831 

Swords, James 

110 William, h. 87 Leonard 1832-1835 
8 Wall, h. 87 Leonard - 1836-1838 
87 Leonard 1839-1846 

Swords, James R., books 

139 Broadway, h. 85 Leonard 1844-1848 
137 Broadway, h. 236 Av. 4 1849 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Swords, James R., publisher 




137 Broadway, h. 236 Av. 4 


1850 


Swords, James R., books 




137 Broadway, 12 Ninth 


1851-1853 


637 B'way, h. 236 Fourth av. 


1854 


637 B'way, h. 14 Ninth 


1855 


Swords, Thomas 




85 Leonard 


1827 


Swords, Thomas, bookseller 




127 Broadway, h. 85 Leonard 


1828-1831 


152 Broadway, h. 85 Leonard 


1832-1835 


Swords, Thomas, books 




152 Broadway, h. 85 Leonard 


1836-1842 


139 Broadway, h. 85 Leonard 


1843 


Swords, Mary, widow of Thomas 




85 Leonard 


1844 


Swords, Stanford & Co., booksellers (see 


Stanford & Swords) 




152 Broadway 


1832-1842 


Swords, Stanford & Co., books 




139 Broadway 


1843 


Tanner, Henry S., map publisher 


« 


112 Broadway, h. 170 Thompson 


1843 


153 Broadway 


1844 


237 Broadway, bds. Lexington av. 




n. 25th 


1845 


Tanner, Henry S., maps 




237 Broadway, h. 33 Cottage pi. 


1846 


237 Broadway, h. 671 Houston 


1847 


5 Barclay, h. Jersey City 


1848 


233 Broadway, h. 211 Washington, 


Brooklyn 


1849 


20 Broadway, h. 168 Washingtor 


i, 


Brooklyn 


1850 


107 Fulton, h. Brooklyn 


1851 


247 B'way, h. Brooklyn 


1852 


556 B'way, h. Brooklyn 


1853 


Tanner, Henry S., daguerreotypes 




347 Br'dway, h. Bedford, L. I. 


1854 


Tanner & Co. 1 




237 Broadway 


1849 


Tanner, Henry jr., music 




237 Broadway 


1847 


5 Barclay, h. 147 Fulton 


1848 


Tanner, John F., map mounter 




247 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 


1852 


556 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 


1853 


208 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 


1854 


Tanner, Thomas R., maps 




124 Broadway, h. 7 Albany 


1840 


Tanner & Disturnell, maps & stationery 


124 Broadway 


1840 


Tanner, Thomas R., maps 




124 Broadway 


1841 


251 Broadway 


1842 



Tanner, Thomas R., maps, continued 

112 Broadway 

153 Broadway 
Tanner, Thomas R. 

Lexington Av. n. 25th 
Tanner, Thomas R. 
Tanner, Thomas R., maps 

99 Thompson 
Teller, Robert, lithographer 



1843 
1844 

1845 
not in 1846 

1847 



h. 13 Stanton 




1867 


h. 23 Clarke 




1868 


147 Spring 




1869 


Teller, Robert, 


lithographer & printer 


h. 107 Prince 




1870-1871 


Teller, Robert, ; 


printer 




107 Prince 




1872-1873 


120 Wooster, 


h. 106 Wooster 


1874 


Teller, Robert, 


lithographer 




62 Church, h 


. 106 Wooster 


1875 


Territ, Charles, 


music shop 




320 Pearl 




1801-1802 


Territ, Charles, 


music shop 


not in 1803 



Terret, widow Sarah, musical store 



1804-1805 



1 This information from a sheet of music. 



320 Pearl 
Teubner, George W., engraver 

410 Pearl 
Teubner, George W., engraver 

410 Pearl 

385 Broadway 

385 Broadway, h. 226 Madison 

385 Broadway 

266 Eastbroadway 

96 Fulton 

96 Fulton, h. 234 William 

96 Fulton 

96 Fulton, h. Williamsburg 
Thomas, Henry, music-st. 

145 Broadway, h. 21 Walker 
Thurston, Nathaniel 

Chatham c. Duane 

299^ Bd. way, h. Elm n. Duane 
Thurston, Nathaniel, music store 

48 Chatham, h. Duane c. William 

307^2 Broadway 

482 Greenwich 
Thurston, Nathaniel 

4 Chambers 1826 

145 Chapel 1827-1829 

484 Broome 1830 

Thurston, Nathaniel, clerk, u. s. c. h. 

484 Broome 1831 

Tiebout & O'Brien, printers 

358 Pearl 1794 

Tiebout & O'Brian, printers 

358 Pearl 1795-1796 

Tiebout, John, printer and bookseller 

358 Pearl 1796-1799 

246 Water 1800-1801 



1832 

not in 1833 

1834 

1835-1836 

1837 

1838 

1839 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1843-1845 

1831-1832 



1821 
1822 

1823 
1824 
1825 



PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS 



57 



Tiebout, John, printer, bookseller and 
lottery office 

246 Water 1802-1803 

Tiebout, John, printer, bookstore and lot- 
tery office 

238 Water 1804 

Tiebout, J., printer, bookstore and lot. 
office 

238 Water 1805 

Tiebout, J., printer, bookstore and lot- 
tery office 

238 Water 1806-1810 

Tiebout, J., printer, bookstore 

238 Water 1811 

Tiebout, J., printer, book and paper store 

238 Water 1812-1816 

Tiebout and Sons J., printers, book and 
paper store 

238 Water 1817-1820 

Tiebout and Son, J., printers and paper 
store 

238 Water 1821-1824 

Tiebout, John, printer and paper store 

238 Water 
Tiebout, widow of John 

238 Water 
Tiebout, Margaret, wid. of John 

238 Water 
Tone, Robert W., music engraver 

20 Cortlandt 

16 Cortlandt 

20 Cortlandt 
Tone, Robert W., engraver 

20 Cortlandt 
Torp, Otto. See Part I. 
Torp, & Viereck, music store 

465 Broadway 
Tremaine, Charles M., music 

333 B'way, h. 26 Strong pi., B'klyn 1859 

333 B'way 1860 

481 B'way, h. 244 Eighth av. 1861 

Tremaine, Charles M., music not in 1862-1866 

481 B'way, h. 37 Cheever pi., B'klyn 1867 

481 B'way 1868 

Tremaine, Charles M., pianos 

435 Broome, h. 381 Henry, B'klyn 1869-1870 

435 Broome, h. 541 Henry, B'klyn 1871 

435 Broome, h. 161 Joralemon, B'klyn 1872 
Tremaine, Charles M., pianos not in 1873-1874 
Tremaine, Charles M., organs 

14 E. 14th, h. 399 Grand av., B'klyn 1875 
Tremaine, William B., pianos 

435 Broome, h. 381 Henry, B'klyn 1869 

435 Broome, h. 2 Harrison, B'klyn 1870 

435 Broome, h. 2 Harrison n. Court, 

B'klyn 1871 

435 Broome, h. 197 Baltic, B'klyn 1872 

Tremaine, C. M. & Brother, pianos 

435 Broome 1869-1870 



1825 

1826 

1827 

1838-1840 
1841-1843 
1844-1845 

1846-1849 



1834 



Tremaine, C. M. & Brother, pianos & 
organs 

435 Broome 1871 

Tremaine, C. M. & Brother, pianos 

435 Broome - 1872 



Vanderbeek, Alfred. See Part III. 
Vanderbeek, William. See Part III 
Vanderbeek & Son. See Part III. 
Vangelder, Abraham A., books 

268 Bowery, h. 16 Av. 3. 1845 

Vangelder, Abraham A., music * 

268 Bowery, h. 160 Rivington 1846-1847 
Van Gelder, Abraham A., music 

268 Bowery, h. 160 Rivington 1848 

Vangelder, Abraham A., late music 

169 Essex 1849 

Vangelder, Abraham A., music 

123 Orchard 1850 

Vangelder, Abraham A., late music 

133 Orchard 1851 

Vangelder, Rachel, wid. of Abraham 

133 Orchard 1852-1853 



Walker, Daniel. See Part III. 
Walker, Daniel & John. See Part III. 
Walker, George, music 

201 Broadway, h. 178 Ave. 3 1845 

201 Broadway, h. 62 E. 19th 1846 

201 Broadway, h. 51 E. 19th 1847 

201 Broadway, h. Williamsburg 1848 

Walker, George, music not in 1849-1850 

136 Elm 1851-1853 

Walker, George, musician 

h. 136 Elm 1854 

Walker, George, music 

136 Elm 1855 

Wunderman, A., books 

435 B'way, h. 108 Second 1860 

h. 140 Allen 1861 

Wundermann, August, music 

19 W. Houston, h. 232 Ninth 1862 

Wundermann, Augustus, music 

19 W. Houston & 629 B'way, h. 15 
Bond 1863 

Wundermann, Augustus, music not in 1864-1866 
Wundermann, Augustus, foreign and 
American books & music 

1 & 2 Clinton Hall, h. Hoboken 1867 

Wundermann, August, books 

891 B'way 1868 

Wundermann, Augustus, music 

627 B'way, h. N. J. 1869 



1 "The Ravel Polka," J. Casper Scherpf, cop. 1847, 
Van Gelder & Riley, 268 Bowery. 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Wundermann, August, music 

651 B'way, h. 242 E. 51st 1870 

Wundermann, A., importer & publisher 
of sheet music, books & musical in- 
struments, and jobber of jewelry & 
fancy goods 
761 B'way 1871 

Wundermann, A. not in 1872-1874 

Wundermann, August, prof, of vocal & 
piano music 
h. 231 E. 58th 1875 

Wundermann, Julius, music 

19 W. Houston 1862-1863 

Wundermann, Julius, music not in 1864 

824 B'way ' 1865 

921 B'way 1866 

Wundermann, Philip A., music 

618 B'way, h. 232 Ninth 1861 

Wundermann, Philip A., importer & 
publisher of music 
19 W. Houston, h. 232 Ninth 1862 



Wundermann, Philip A., continued 

629 B'way, h. N. J. 
Wundermann, Philip Augustus, music 

629 B'way 1864 

Wundermann, Philip A., importer & pianos 
wholesale 

824 B'way 
Wundermann, Philip A., music 

923 B'way 
Wundermann, Philip A., books 

1 Clinton Hall 
Wundermann, Philip A., books 
Wundermann, Philip A., sec. 

627 B'way, h. N. J. 
Wundermann, Philip A., sec. not in 1870-1874 
Wundermann, Philip A., importer & pub- 
lisher of music 

h. 221 E. 58th 1875 

Wundermann & Co., music 

923 B'way 1866 



1863 



1865 
1866 

1867 

not in 1868 

1869 



PART III 

Instrument Makers and Dealers 



Abbot, John, pianomaker 

Walker, h. 170 Chambers 1835 

Abbott, William, piano-maker 

9 Amity-lane 1834 

Adams, Nathan, musical instrumentmaker 

112 Chambers 1824 

Albro, William, carpenter 

76 Attorney 1834 

Albro, William, pianomaker 

172 Spring 1835 



Bacon, Francis, pianos 

135 Grand 1856 
135 Grand & 149 Baxter, h. 22 Union 

pi. 1857-1858 

135 Grand, h. 22 Union pi. 1859 

135 Grand, h. 69 Union pi. 1860 
135 Grand & 147 Baxter, h. 69 E. 12th 1861 

135 Grand, h. 69 E. 12th 1862-1864 

135 Grand, h. N. J. 1865-1866 

644 B'way, h. N. J. 1867-1869 

149 Baxter, h. N. J. 1870 

255 Greene, h. Bronxville 1871-1875 

Bacon, George 

1 Mercer 1825-1826 

149 Broadway, h. 1 Mercer 1827 

167 Broadway, h. 1 Mercer 1828-1829 

167 Broadway, h. 17 Crosby 1830-1833 

Bacon, George, music store 

167 Broadway, h. 17 Crosby 1834-1835 

Bacon, George, music 

167 Broadway, h. 17 Crosby 1836-1837 

285 Broadway, h. 17 Crosby 1838-1840 

164 Centre, h. 17 Crosby 1841-1842 

Bacon, George, piano manf. 

164 Centre, h. 17 Crosby 1843-1847 

162 Centre, h. 17 Crosby 1848-1849 

Bacon, George, pianos 

160 Centre, h. 17 Crosby 1850 

Bacon, George, piano manufacturer 

162 Centre, h. 17 Crosby 1851-1852 

Bacon, George, pianofortes 

162 Centre, h. 263 Av. 4 1853-1854 

Bacon, George, pianos 

135 Grand, h. 263 Fourth Av. 1855 

Bacon & Raven, pianofortes 

164 Centre 1841-1842 

Bacon & Raven, pianoforte makers 

164 Centre 1843 

Bacon & Co., pianofortemakers 

164 Centre 1843 

Bacon & Raven, pianofortes 

164 Centre 1844-1847 

162 Centre 1848-1849 



Bacon & Raven, pianofortemaker 
160 & 162 Centre 1850 

Bacon & Raven, pianofortes 

162 Centre 1851-1854 

Bacon & Raven, pianos 
135 Grand 1855 

Bacon & Karr, pianos 
255 Greene 1871 

255 Greene (1 Winthrop) 1872 

255 Greene 1873 

255 Greene (1 Wintrop) 1874-1875 

Baird, Lyman, piano-forte maker 
534 Pearl 1830 

79^ Bowery 1831 

103 Bowery 1832 

Baird, Lyman, pianomaker 
103 Bowery 1833-1834 

72 Bowery 1835 

Ball, William H., musical instrument-m. 

Eleventh n. Av. 3d 1829 

Eighth c. Av. 3d 1830 

96 Walker c. Elm 1831 

42 Allen 1832 

Bassford, A., turner 
479 Pearl 1820 

Bassford, Abraham, turner 
rear 476 Pearl 1821 

rear 477 Pearl 1822 

Bassford, Abraham, turner & porterhouse 
477 Pearl 1823-1824 

Bassford, Abraham, musician 
477 Pearl 1825 

Bassford, A., musician not in 1826-1827 

Bassford, Abraham, ivory turner 
477 Pearl 1828-1832 

477 Pearl & 218 Broadway 1833 

547 Pearl & 218 Broadway 1834-1836 

h. 547 Pearl & 218 Broadway 1837 

h. 4 Ann & 218 Broadway 1838 

Bassford, Abraham, billiards 
4 Ann 1839 

440 Broadway & ty A , h. 4 Ann 1840 

Bassford, Abraham 
440 Broadway & 1#, 165 Fourth 1841 

165 h. 189 Fourth 1842 

Bassford, Abram, foundry 

165 Fourth, and billiards 149 Fulton 1843 
Centre n. Pearl, and billiards 149 Ful- 
ton & \y 2 Ann, h. 149 Fulton 1844 
r. 63 Centre, billiards 149 Fuljton & 

134 Ann, h. 149 Fulton 1845 

r. 63 Centre, billiard table maker, 149 

Fulton, h. 149 Fulton 1846-1847 

r. 63 Centre, billiard table maker 149 

Fulton, h. 42 Jones 1848 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Bassford, Abram, billiard table maker 

8 Ann, h. 44 Jones 1849 

Bassford, Abram, billiard tables 

8 Ann, h. 26 Jones 1850 

Bassford, Abram, billiard table maker 
63 & 75 Centre, saloons, 592 Broadway, 
and 8 Ann, entrance 149 Fulton, h. 
26 Jones 1851 

Bassford, Abram, billiard tablemaker 

63 Centre, and 8 Ann, h. 26 Jones 1852 
Bassford, Abram, billiard tables & piano- 
fortes 
63 Centre and 8 Ann, h. 26 Jones 1853 

Bassford, Abram, pianoforte manufr. 
63 & 65 Centre, 8 Ann, 149 Fulton 
& 603 Broadway, h. 26 Jones 1854 

Bassford, Abram, billiards 

149 Fulton, 8 Ann, 65 Center, and 
pianofortes, 603 Broadway, h. 26 
Jones 1855 

Bassford & Brower, music 

603 Broadway 1855 

Bassford, Abram, pianos 
63 Centre, billiards, 149 Fulton, 8 Ann 
& pianofortes 603 Broadway, h. 26 
Jones 1856 

Bassford, Abram, billiard tables 
149 Fulton, & 8 Ann, & pianos, 603 
Broadway & 63 Centre, h. 26 Jones 1857 
Bassford, Abram, billiards 

149 Fulton, 8 Ann and pianos 63 Centre, 
h. 26 Jones 1858 

Bassford, Abram, billiards 
149 Fulton & 8 Ann & pianos 63 
Centre, h. 26 Jones 1859-1860 » 

Bassford, Julius, pianos 

149 Fulton, h. 26 Jones 1860 

Bassford, William K., music 

h. 26 Jones 1865 

Beames, Jonathan, umbrella-maker 

3 Orange 1824-1826 

Beames, Jonathan, umbrella-maker not in 1827 
Beames, Jonathan, musical instrument- 
maker 
18 Batavia 1828-1835 

Benjamin, Joel, piano-forte maker 
26 Factory 1827 

32 Factory 1828 

26 Asylum 1829 

27 Morton 1830 
Benjamin, Joel, pianomaker 

21 Minetto 1831-1835 

Bennet, Isaiah, piano-forte maker 

Bedford c. Burton 1826 

Berry, William F., organbuilder 
236 Orange 1833 

187 Laurens 1834 

152 Thompson 1835 

1 After 1860 "billiards" follows the name. 



Black, Frederick C, pianomaker 

22 Fifth 1835 

Blount, George, cabinetmaker 

8 Batavia 1834 

Blount, George, pianomaker 

8 Batavia 1835 

Blume, Frederick, music 

54 Chatham 1859 

Blume, Frederick, mus. insts. 

54 Chatham 1860 

Blume, Frederick, music 

208 Bowery 1861 

Blume, Frederick, pianos, melodeons, 
mus. insts. & sheet music 

208 Bowery, h. 433 Broome 1862 

208 Bowery 1863-1864 

Blume, Frederick, pianos, music & musi- 
cal insts. 

208 Bowery 1865 

Blume, Frederick, pianos, melodeons, sheet- 
music, mus. insts. 

208 Bowery 1866 

208 Bowery, h. 144 W. 15th 1867 

Blume, Frederick, pianos, melodeons, 
sheet-music, music-books & mus. 
insts. 

1125 B'way, & 208 Bowery, h. 146 W. 
15 1868 

Blume, Frederick, mus. insts. 

1125 B'way, h. 146 W. 15th 1869 

Blume, Frederick, music 

825 B'way, h. 146 W. 15th 1870 

Blume, Frederick, pianos 

27 Union sq., h. 146 W. 15th 1871-1872 

Blume, Frederick, pianos, music & mus. 
insts. 

27 Union sq., h. 146 W. 15th 1873 

Blume, Frederick, music 

27 Union sq., h. 146 W. 15th 1874-1875 

Bogardus, Henry S., cabinetmaker 

11 Thomas 1824 

Bowery-hill 1825 

Bogardus, Henry S., cabinetmaker not in 1826 
Bogardus, Henry, pianoforte-maker 

215 Mulberry 1827 

29 First 1828 

Sixth n. Avenue 3d 1829 

Bogardus, Henry S., pianoforte-maker 

270 Elizabeth 1830-1832 

432 Bowery 1833 

Bolen, John, oval & round turner & mus. 
inst. maker 

32 Fair 1794 

Bolen, John, oval & round turner & mus. 

inst. maker not in 1795-1805 

Bolen, John, turner 

76 Chatham 1806-1811 

Bolen, John, turner not in 1812-1814 



INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND DEALERS 



61 



Bolen, John 
30 Orange 1815 

83 Mulberry 1816 

Boston, Bartholomew, piano-fortemaker 
60 Broome 1812 

Boston, James B., pianomaker 
64 Carmine 1831 

Boyde, George, musical instrumentmaker 
54 William 1791 

Boyd, George, cabinet and mus. inst. maker 
17 Frankfort 1792 

Bradbury, William B. See Part II. 

Brand, John, pianomaker 
rear 14 Spring 1835 

Brant, Thomas, musical instrument maker 
120 Warren 1816 

Washington n. Provost 1817-1818 

Brand, Thomas, piano forte maker 
335 Washington 1819 

Brand, Thomas, piano forte maker not in 1820 

Brant, Thomas, piano forte maker 
335 Washington 1821 

Brand, Thomas, piano forte maker 
335 Washington 1822 

25 Thomas 1823 

113 Chambers 1824 

17 Thomas 1825-1828 

23 Leonard 1829 

Brand, Thomas, piano forte maker not in 1830 

Brand, Thomas, pianomaker 

1 Beach • 1831-1832 

Brennison, William, pianomaker 

139 Amity 1835 

Bridgland, James M., pianomak. 
451 Broadw., h. 62 Vandew. 1832 

451 Broadw., h. Varick 1833 

Bridgland, James M., pianomaker 
449 Broadway, h. Chapel 1834 

465 Broadway, h. 338 Bleecker 1835 

Bridgland & Jardine, pianomakers 
451 Broadway 1833 

449 Broadway 1834 

465 Broadway 1835 

Britton, Jacob, piano maker 
27 Thompson 1832 

Brotherton, Elisha, organbuilder 

117 Orange 1828 

125 Orange 1829-1835 

Brower, Samuel, house carpenter 

15 John 1792 

Brower, Samuel, house carpenter not in 1793 

Brower, Samuel, drum-maker and com- 
position fanlight maker 
74 Chatham . 1794 

Brower, Samuel, house carpenter 
74 Chatham 1795 

Brower, Samuel, composition and fan- 
light maker 
74 Chatham 1796 



Brower, Samuel, carpenter 

74 Chatham 1797-1800 

Brower, Samuel, drum maker 

74 Chatham ' 1801-1802 

Brower, Samuel, drum maker and brand- 
caster 

10 Harman 1803-1804 

95 James 1805 

Brower, Samuel, drum maker and brand- 
caster not in 1806 
Brower, Samuel 

rear 95 James 1807 

Brower, Samuel, grocer 

16 Burling slip 1808-1810 

Brown, Henry A., pianos 

420 Broome, h. 39 S. 4th, Brooklyn 1866-1867 

76 E. 9th, h. 39 S. 4th, B'klyn 1868 

76 E. 9th 1869 

Brown, John W., pianomaker 

220 Division 1835 

Brown, Thomas, pianomaker 

239 Greene 1834 

Brown, Thomas B., pianomaker 

239 Greene 1835 

Brown & Perkins, pianos 

420 Broome 1866-1867 

76 E. 9th 1868-1869 

Browning, Thomas, piano-forte maker 

47 Murray 1825 
93 Anthony 1826 
57 Elm & 167 Elizabeth 1827 
167 Elizabeth 1828 
142 Hammond 1829-1830 

Browning, Thomas, piano-forte maker 

not in 1831 
142 Hammond 1832 

Browning, Thomas, pianomaker 
142 Hammond 1833-1835 

Browning, Thomas, Jr., pianomaker 
662 Greenwich 1834 

60 Hammond 1835 

Browning, Thomas, Jr. 
215 Twentieth 1836 

Brumley, A., piano tuner 
31 Reade 1835 

Buchan, James, cabinet maker 
55 Church 1802 

72 Murray 1803 

28 Vesey 1804 

48 Anthony 1805-1806 
Buchan, James, cabinet maker not in 1807 
Buckin, James, musical instrumentmaker 

8 Anthony 1808-1809 

Buchan, J., musical inst. maker 
upper end Chapel 1810 

Bucking, James, instrument maker 
40 Thomas 1811 

36 Anthony 1812 

Anthony n. Hudson 1813-1814 



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Buchan, James, cabinet-maker 

rear 7 Anthony 1815 

Buchan, James, organ builder 

170 Grand ' 1816 

Bucken, James, organ builder 

170 Grand 1817 

Bucken, James, organ builder not in 1818-1821 
Bucken, James, cabinetmaker 

221 Church 1822 

Buchan, James, cabinet maker 

221 Church 1823 

Desbrosses n. Greenwich 1824 

8 Lispenard 1825 

Bull, Francis I., piano-forte manuf. 

Lispenard n. Mercer 1816 

219 Church 1817 

Butler, John, musical instrument maker 

156 Broadway 1808 



Cammayer, John C, pianomaker 

38^4 Division 1835 

Canschat, Michael, inst. maker 

Second 1798 

Conshort, Michael, piano-forte-maker 

Second 1799 

Canschet, Michael, piano-forte-maker 

Second 1800 

Chanschet, Michael, piano-forte-maker 

Second 1801 

Carr, Benjamin. See Part II. 
Carter & Robinson, musical inst. makers 

10 Willet 1830 

Carter & Robinson, block-tin faucet makers 

10 Willet 1831-1832 

Cary, William, piano-forte maker 

21 Division 1817 

Essex c. Broome 1818-1819 

Cary, William 

Broome, n. Essex 1820 

Cary, William, piano-forte-maker 

95 Mott 1821 

Cary, William, carpenter 

95 Mott 1822 

Casing, John, piano-forte maker 

279 Bowery 1812-1814 

Chambers, Leonard M., pianos 

221 .Sixth, h. 151 E. 18th 1872 

Chambers, Maynard M., pianos 

108 E. 25th 1863 

108 E. 25th, h. 118 E. 18th 1864 

14 Sixth, h. 118 E. 18th 1865 

Chambers, Maynard M., piano manufa. 

14 Sixth & 8 Bible h., h. 118 E. 18th 1866 
Chambers, Maynard M., pianos 

14 Sixth & 8 Bible h., h. 151 E. 18th 

1867-1868 

99 Fourth & 219 Sixth, h. 151 E. 18 1869 

221 Sixth, h. 151 E. 18th 1870 

99 Fourth & 221 Sixth, h. 151 E. 18th 1871 



Chambers, Maynard M., pianos, continued 
101 Fourth av., h. 151 E. 18th 1872 

221 Sixth, h. 151 E. 18th 1873-1875 

Chambers, Samuel J., pianos 
8 Bible h, h. 151 E. 18th 1867 

h. 151 E. 18th 1868-1869 

99 Fourth av., h. 151 E. 18th . 1870 

101 Fourth av., h. 151 E. 18th 1871 

h. 151 E. 18th 1872 

Chambers, Samuel J., pianos not in 1873 

Chambers, Samuel J. 
306 Fourth av., h. 151 E. 18th 1874-1875 

Chambers, H. Thomas, pianom. 
31 Crosby, h. 241 Orange 1835 

Chambers, Thomas H., music 

167 Broadway, h. 241 Orange 1836-1837 

285 Broadway, h. 241 Orange 1838-1839 

285 Broadway, h. 63 Marion 1840-1841 

385 Broadway, h. 158 Wooster 1842 

Chambers, Thomas H., pianos 
385 Broadway, h. 160 Wooster 1843-1848 
385 Broadway, h. 162 Wooster 1849 

Chambers, Thomas H., pianofortes 
385 B'way, h. 162 Wooster 1850 

Chambers, Thomas H., pianos 
385 B'way, h. 100 E. 15th 1851 

385 B'way, h. 132 Second 1852-1853 

385 B'way, h. 118 E. 18th 1854-1856 

8 Bible h., h. 118 E. 18th 1857-1863 

10 Bible h., h. 118 E. 18th 1864 

8 Bible h. & 14 Sixth, h. 118 E. 18th 1865 
8 Bible h., h. 118 E. 18th 1866 

8 Bible h., h. 151 E. 18th 1867 

8 Bible h. & 14 Sixth, h. 151 E. 18th 1868 

Chambers, Thomas H. & Son, pianos 
99 Fourth av. & 219 Sixth, h. 151 E. 

18th 1869 

Chambers, Thomas H., pianos 
101 Fourth av., h. 151 E. 18th 1870-1873 

306 Fourth av., h. 151 E. 18th 1874-1875 

Chambers, Thomas H. & Son, pianos 
99 Fourth av. & 219 Sixth, h. 151 E. 

18th 1869 

Chambers, T. H. & Son, pianos 

101 Fourth av. & 221 Sixth 1870 

101 Fourth av. & 221 Sixth, h. 151 E. 

18th 1871 

101 Fourth av. 1872-1873 

306 Fourth av. c. E. 23d (Association 

building) 1874 

306 Fourth av. c. E. 23d 1875 

Chambers & Gabler, pianos 
108 E. 25th 1863-1864 

14 Sixth 1865-1866 

Charters, George, mus. inst. maker (see 
Whaites & Chartres) 
19 Barclay 1796-1797 

Charters, George, mus. inst. maker 

not in 1798-1813 



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Charter, Geo. 

30 Vesey 1814 
Charter, George, piano forte maker 

rear 40 Provost 1815 

Charters, George, piano forte maker 

19 Barclay 1816 

19 Barclay & 138 Fulton 1817 

33 Walker 1818-1819 

Chevalier, Lewis A. 

31 Catherine 1817 
Chevalier, Lewis A. not in 1818 
Chavilier, A. L., piano forte maker 

14 Orange 1819 

Chevalier, A. L., musician 
101 Reed 1820-1823 

Child, William, grocer 
219 William 1798 

Child, William, grocer not in 1799-1800 

Child, William, musical instrument maker 
219 William 1801-1803 

Child, William, musical instrument maker 

not in 1804-1811 

Childs, William, musical instrumentmaker 
23 Chatham 1812-1814 

213 William 1815-1816 

30 Chapel 1817 

Childs, Richard, violin maker 
17 Chatham 1811 

23 Chatham 1812 

Christman, Charles, mus. inst. maker 
Bedford c. Burton 1823 

64 and 80 Crosby 1824-1825 

Bedford n. Commerce 1826 

79 Bedford 1827 

Christman, Charles G., mus. inst. maker . 
79 Bedford 1828 

398 Pearl 1829-1836 

404 Pearl 1837-1842 

Christman, Charles G., importer 
404 Pearl 1843-1844 

Christman, Charles G., importer of musi- 
cal instruments 
404 Pearl 1845 

Christman, Charles G., musical insts's 
404 Pearl 1846-1847 

404 Pearl, h. 404 Pearl 1848-1849 

404 Pearl 1850 

404 Pearl, h. 404 Pearl 1851 

605 Broadway & 404 Pearl 1852 

404 Pearl, h. 404 Pearl 1853-1854 

391 Pearl, h. 197 Pearl, Brooklyn 1855 

Christman, Charles G., music 
391 Pearl, h. 197 Pearl, Brooklyn 1856 

Christman, Charles G., musical insts. 
391 Pearl, h. 221 Pearl/Brooklyn 1857 

Clark, John, pianomaker 

137 Broadway, h. 5 Prince 1833-1834 

137 Broadway, h. Twenty-first n. 

Av. 3d 1835 



Claus, Christian, musical instrument 
maker (see Dodds & Claus) 
Partition 1789 

Dover 1790 

9 Dover - 1791-1792 

Clause, Christian, musical instrument 
maker 

9 Dover 1793 
4 Dover 1794-1795 

Claus, Christian, musical instrument maker 

4 Dover 1796-1799 

Coger. Alexander, stationer 

20 Dey 1818-1819 

Coger, Alexander, stationer not in 1820 

Coger, Alex., harmonica glass maker 

3 Spruce 1821 

Combes, Henry, pianomaker 

12 Rivington 1830 

10 Rivington 1831 
Combs, Henry, gratemaker 

124 Norfolk 1832-1833 

Combes, Henry, gratemaker 

358 Pearl, h. 124 Norfolk 1834 

Coquillat, Emanuel, piano-forte maker 

12 Lispenard 1828 

Corbett, William, piano-maker 

525 Broome 1832 

Couenhoven, James. See Part II. 
Crigier, M. V., piano-forte maker 

120 Chapel 1826 

Cregier, M. V., piano-forte maker 

117 Grand 1827 

37 White 1828 

Cregier, Michael V., piano-forte maker 

37 White 1829 

Cregier, Michael V., pianomaker 

37 White 1830 

414 Broadway 1831 

395 Broadway 1832-1835 

Cross, John W., piano-forte maker 

Tenth n. Bowery 1832 

Cruse, Francis, pianomaker 

122 Orange 1833 

Cuff, John, musical inst. maker 

474 Grand 1831-1833 

166 Spring 1834-1835 

Daggett, Elisha A., pianos 

333 Broadway, h. Mass. 1856 

Daggett, Handel N., agent 

173 Broadway, h. Mass. 1857 

Daly, John J. See Part II. 
Darling, David, musical instrumentmaker 

196 Washington 1823 

Davies, Edward, pianomaker 

142 Elm 1835 

Davis, Francis, cabinet maker 

41 Forsyth 1826 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Davis, Francis, musical instrument maker 
242 Broome 1827 

20iy 2 Division 1828 

199^ Division 1829 

238 Bowery 1830-1835 

Davis, M., pianoforte-maker 
63 Barclay 1812-1817 

61 Barclay 1818-1820 

63 Barclay 1821-1826 

Davis, Morgan, pianoforte-maker 
63 Barclay 1827-1831 

Davis, Morgan, piano maker 
63 Barclay, h. 63 Murray 1832 

63 Barclay, h. 32 Chapel 1833 
201 Chambers, h. 32 Chapel 1834 

64 Church, h. 32 Chapel 1835 - 
Davis, William, pianoforte maker 

rear 18 Thomas 1826-1829 

Davis, William, piano-maker 

91 Chapel 1830-1831 

Day, Charles M., pianoforte-maker 

65 Herring 1828 
273 Bleecker 1829 

Day, Charles M., piano-maker 
273 Bleecker 1830 

373 Bleecker 1831 

117 Barrow 1832-1833 

Debraun, Peter, cabinet-maker 
179 Bleecker 1831 

Debraun, Peter, piano maker 
179 Bleecker 1832-1834 

181 Bleecker 1835 

Dederer, Levi, pianoforte manufacturer ; 
pianofortes tuned & repaired at 67 
Bayard 1835 

Dent, Robert, organbuilder 

119 Orange 1821-1825 

Dean, Robert, organbuilder 

117 Orange 1826 

Dent, Robert, organbuilder 
119 Orange 1826-1827 

117 Orange 1828-1830 

114 Orange 1831-1833 

Dent, James, pianomaker 
114 Orange 1834-1835 

Ditson, Charles H. & Co. See Part II. 

Dixon, John, pianoforte-maker 
266 William 1828-1829 

40 Madison 1830-1831 

Dixon, John, piano maker 
40 Madison 1832-1835 

Dodds, T., organ & mus. inst. maker 
76 Queen 1786 

Dodds, Thomas, musical instrument- 
maker 

66 Queen 1787 
Dodds, Thomas, musical instrument- 
maker and mahogany merchant 

66 Queen 1789-1790 



Dodds & Claus, mus. inst. makers 

66 Queen 1791-1792 

Dodds & Clause, mus. inst. makers 

66 Queen 1793 

Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker 

320 Pearl 1794-1795 

Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker not in 1796 

287 Broadway 1797 

Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker not in 1798 

221 Pearl 1799 

Dodds, widow of Thomas 

41 Augustus 1799 

Dodge, Samuel, inspector 

17 Frankfort 1790 

Dodge, Samuel, inspector not in 1791 

Dodge, Samuel, mus. inst. maker 

17 Frankfort 1792 

Dodworth, Allen, & Fischer, mus. insts. 

6 Astor pi. 1868 

Dodworth, Harvey B. See Part I. 
Dodworth, Olean H. See Part I. 
Dodworth, Thomas. See Part I. 
Dodworth & Son. See Part I. 
Doyle, Thomas, piano forte manuf. 

534 Pearl 1828 

Doyle, Thomas, piano forte manuf. not in 

1829-1830 
Doyle, Thomas J., pianomaker 

rear 543 Pearl 1831 

Doyle, Thomas J., pianomaker not in 1832-1834 

277 Pearl 1835 

Drummond, Samuel, reedmaker 

131 Avenue 8th 1831 

86 Amos 1832-1833 

Fifteenth 1834 

Drummond, Samuel, whitewasher 

183 Church 1835 

Dubois, William. See Part II. 
Dunham, David H, pianos 

75 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 1861-1864 

111 E. 13th, h. East Chester 1865 

111 E. 13th 1866 

111 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 1867 

831 Broadway 1868-1869 

17 Union sq., h. 116 W. 126th 1870 

17 Union sq., h. 145 E. 127th 1871-1872 

18 E. 14th, h. 145 E. 127th 1873 
18 E. 14th & 155th n. Fourth av., h. 

145 E. 127th 1874 

18 E. 14th & Morris av. c. 155th, h. 
145 E. 127th 1875 

Dunham, Edw'd A., pianos 

79 E. 13th, h. Westchester 1858 

Dunham, Edgar A., pianos 

75 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 1859-1864 

' 111 E. 13th, h. East Chester 1865 

111 E. 13th 1866 

111 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 1867 

831 B'way, h. Melrose 1868-1869 

17 Union sq. 1870 



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Dunham, John, cabinetmaker 

Jones n. Herring 1826 

Dunham, John, pianofortemaker 

63 Herring 1827 

Dunham, John B., pianomaker 



Avenue 3d n. Twenty-sixth 


1835-1837 


375 Broadway, h. Av. 3d n. 26th 


1838 


361 Broadway, h. Av. 3d n. 26th 


1839-1840 


361 Broadway, h. 334 Av. 3d 


1841-1842 


361 Broadway, h. 18 Seventeenth 


1843 


361 Broadway, h. Seventeenth n. Av. 3 




1844-1845 


361 Broadway, h. 86 E. 17th 


1846-1847 


343 Broadway, h. 86 E. 17th 


1848 


79 E. 13th, h. 86 E. 17th 


1849-1850 


79 E. 13th, h. 92 E. 13th 


1851-1853 


Dunham, John B., pianos 




81 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 


1854 


79 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 


1855 


Dunham, John B. & Co., pianofortes 




79 E. 13th 


1855-1858 


Dunham, John B., pianos 




79 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 


1857 


79 E. 13th, h, Mt. Vernon 


1858 


75 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 


1859 


75 E. 13th 


1860 


75 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 


1861-1864 


111 E. 13th, h. Eastchester 


1865-1867 


831 B'way, h. Eastchester 


1868-1869 


17 Union sq. 


1870-1872 


18 E. 14th, h. 21 W. 126th 


1873-1874 


18 E. 14th & Morris av. c. 155th, h. 



1875 



1872 



21 W. 126th 

Dunham, John B., jr., pianos 
17 Union sq., h. New Rochelle 

Dunham & Sons, pianos 
111 E. 13th 1867 

831 B'way 1868-1869 

17 Union sq. 1870-1872 

18 E. 14th 1873 
18 E. 14th & 155th c. Morris av. 1874 
18 E. 14th & Morris av. c. 155th 1875 

Duparge, Luther, mus. inst. maker 

159 William 1796 

Dwyer, James, cabinetmaker 

341 Washington 1832 

Dwyer, James, pianomaker 

341 Washington 1833 

Thirteenth n. Avenue 5th 1834-1835 



Eisenbrand, Henry, mus. inst. mak. 

19 Duane 1815 

Endicott, George. See Part II. 
Enstine, John H., cabinetmaker 

209 Elm 1834 

Enstine, John H., organbuilder 

209 Elm 1835 

Erben, Henry, organ builder 

104 Pump 1826 



Erben, Henry, organ builder, continued 
rear 53 Mott, h. 125 Pump 1827 

96 Centre, h. 83 Bowery 1828-1830 

96 Centre, h. 163 Walker 1831-1835 

Erben, Peter. See Part I.- 



Farrand, Daniel M., piano maker 

41 Harison 1833 
6 Jay 1834 
Avenue 3d c. Thirteenth 1835 

Fawcett, John, cabinetmaker 
114 Orange 1826 

Fawcett, John, organ builder 

114 Orange 1827 

Fawcett, John, organ builder not in 1828 

63 Mulberry, h. 313 Broome 1829 

63 Mulberry, h. 228 Mulberry 1830 

236 Orange 1831-1834 

Thirty-fifth n. Avenue 9th 1835 

Felch, Caleb, reed maker 
349 Cherry 1831 

Ferris, Benjamin, silversmith 

Dominick c. Varick 1821 

Reed c. Chapel 1822 

95 Crosby 1823 

Crosby n. Spring 1824 

Ferris, Benjamin, silversmith not in 1825 

Ferris, Benj amine, music inst. shop 
106 h. 67 Crosby 1826 

Sixth n. MacDougal 1827 

Ferris & Giffin, musical instrument maker 
154 Fulton 1822 

Firth, John. See Part II. 

Firth, Thaddeus. See Part II. 

Firth & Hall. See Part II. 

Firth, Pond & Co. See Part II. 

Firth, Son & Co. See Part II. 

Fischer, Charles, music 
h. 24 First 1874 

Fischer, Charles, mus. insts. 
h. 79 E. 4th 1875 

Foster, Caleb T., piano-maker 
223 Sullivan 1831 

29 Charlton 1832 

Foster, Caleb T., plane maker 

29 Charlton 1833 
Foster, Caleb T., piano maker 

42 Amos 1834 
B'way, h. 103 11th n. Av. 5th 1835 

Fowler, Alexander, organ-builder 

180 Mulberry 1830 

119 Centre 1831 

126 Centre . 1832 

Fox, Joseph, cabinet maker 

30 Burton 1830 
Fox, Joseph, piano maker 

102 East Broadway 1831 

307 Bowery 1832 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Fox, Joseph, cabinet maker 

105 Cannon 1833-1834 

Frost, John, musical instrumentmaker 

7 Warren 1816 



Gabler, Emil, pianomkr. 
h. 159 E. 21st 1862 

Gabler, Emil, pianos 

108 E. 25th, h. 330 E. 24th 1863-1864 

14 Sixth, h. 93 Sixth 1865 

14 Sixth, h. 67 Elizabeth 1866 

140 Centre, h. 30 Delancey 1867 

140 Centre, h. 128 White 1868 

Gabler, Emil, pianos not in 1869 

Gabler, Emil, pianomkr. 
h. 200 Third av. 1870" 

Gabler, Emil, pianomkr. not in 1871 

Gabler, Emil 
225 E. 22d, h. 241 E. 84th 1872 

Gabler, Emil, pianos 
224 E. 22d, h. 241 E. 84th 1873 

Gale, Adams H., pianomaker 

17 Mercer 1833 

Gallan, Joel, musical instrument-maker 

116 Franklin 1826 

82 Elizabeth 1827 

7 Anthony 1828 

Gassin, Andrew, piano manuf. 

Crosby, h. 95 Elm 1832 

Gassin, Andrew, piano maker 
95 Crosby, h. 95 Wooster 1833-1834 

95 Wooster 1835 

Gassin, Joseph, pianomaker 
95 Crosby, h. 95 Wooster 1833-1834 

95 Wooster 1835 

Geib. See Part II. 

Gibson (Thomas) and M. Davis, mus. 
inst. maker 
58 Warren 1802-1803 

Gibson (and M. Davis) T., mus. inst. 
maker 
63 Barclay 1804 

Gibson, T. & M. Davis T., mus. inst. 
maker 
63 Barclay 1805-1806 

Gibson, T. & M. Davis T., pianoforte- 
makers 
63 Barclay 1807 

Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianofortemakers 
63 Barclay 1808 

Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianoforte maker 
63 Barclay 1809-1811 

Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianoforte makers 
63 Barclay 1812-1814 

Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianoforte makers 

not in 1815 

Gibson & Davis, pianoforte makers 
61 & 63 Barclay 1816 

61 Barclay 1817-1822 



Gibson, Thomas, pianoforte maker 
63 Barclay 1811 

61 Barclay 1812-1819 

Gibson, Thomas, pianoforte maker not in 1820 
61 Barclay 1821-1824 

Gibson, Thomas, piano forte maker 

196 Broadway, h. 61 Barclay 1825 

61 Barclay 1826-1828 

61 Barclay & 40 Robinson 1829 

Gibson, Thomas, pianomaker 
61 Barclay & 40 Robinson 1830-1832 

61 Barclay, h. 112 Reade 1833-1834 

61 Barclay, h. 60 Barclay 1835 

Giffin, Simon M., musical instrum. maker 
153 Duane 1818 

Varick n. Broome 1819 

Jones Greenwich 1820 

Arden n. Herring 1821 

165 Duane 1822 

Giffin, Simon M., musical instrum. maker 

not in 1823-1824 

Giffing, Simon M., musical instrum. maker 
Delancy c. Forsyth 1825 

Giffin, Simon M., musical instrum. maker 

52 Rivington 1826^-1827 
Gilfert, George. See Part II. 

Godfrey, Cornelius, pianom. 
rear 29 Thompson, h. 53 King 1834 

53 King 1835 
Godone, Gasper, piano maker 

63^ Canal 1830-1831 

412 Broadway 1832-1834 

412^ Broadway 1835 

Godone, Gasper, mus. inst. 
A\2y 2 Broadway 1836-1837 

403 Broadway 1838 

403V 2 Broadway 1839-1845 

403y 2 Broadway, h. 403^ Broadway 

1846-1849 

Godone, Gasper, music store 
403^ Broadway, h. 403j^ Broadway 1850 

Godone, Gasper, musical inst. 
403^ Broadway, h. 403^ Broadway 

1851-1852 
773 Broadway 1853 

773 Broadway, h. 773 Broadway 1854 

773 Broadway 1855 

Godone, Gasper, music 

773 Broadway 1856 

Godone, Gasper, music not in 1857 

599 B'way, h. 1011 B'way 1858 

Godone, Gasper, mus. insts. 
599 B'way, h. 1011 B'way 1859-1860 

599 B'way, h. 1169 B'way 1861 

Godone, Gasper, mus. insts. not in 1862 

Godoni, Gasparo, music 
278 W. 24th 1863-1864 

Godone, Gasper, music 
278 W. 24th 1865-1866 



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Godone, Gasper 

h. 60 W. 28th 1867 

Godone, Gasper, music 

h. 60 W. 28th 1868 

Godone, Tasper, music 

h. 112 W. 28th 1869 

Gordon, Stephen T. See Part II. 
Gordon & Slater. See Part II. 
Gorton, Cephas, cabinetmaker 

93 Grand 1833 

Gorton, Cephas, pianomaker 

114 Spring 1834 

172 Spring 1835 

Gould, J. E. & Co. See Part II. 
Gould & Berry. See Part II. 
Griffin, Charles, pianomaker 

27 Second 1835 

Grim, David, cabinet maker 

120 Chapel 1826 

Grim, David, pianoforte maker 

117 Grand 1827-1829 

Grim, David, piano maker 

16 Avenue D. c. Third 1830 

Grim, David, pianoforte maker 

103 Allen 1831 

Reede c. Greenwich 1832 

Gruss, Francis, pianoforte maker 

13 Grand 1831 

Gruss, Francis, pianomaker 

13 Grand 1832 

436 Washington . 1833 

52 Howard 1834 

Guttwaldh, Joseph, pianoforte maker 

50 Courtlandt 1819-1820 

Gutwennyer, Peter, mus. instrument maker 

129 Grand 1835 



Haas & Co. John, musical clock-makers 

265 William 1825 

Haas & Goetz, musical clock-makers 

67 Harman 1826-1829 

Haas & Goetz, clockmakers 

26 Division 1830-1833 

Haig, William, reedmaker 

Thirteenth n. 6 Avenue 1827 

Haigh, William, reedmaker 

48 Hammond 1828-1832 

Haigh, William, healdmaker 

48 Hammond 1833-1834 

Hall, James, organ builder 

95 Pump 1826 
Hall, Thomas, organ builder 

53 Mott 1820 

Mott n. Bayard .1821-1823 

53 Mott 1824-1826 

Hall, Thomas, organ builder not in 1827 

125 Pump 1828 

96 Centre, h. 165 Walker 1829 
96 Centre, h. 81 Mercer 1830-1835 



1824-1826 

1866 
1867 

1834 
1835 

1835 



Hall, William. See Part II. 
Hall & Erben, organ builders 

53 Mott 
Hamlin, Emmons, organs 

596 B'way, h. Mass. 

596 B'way 
Hamm, John, musical inst. maker 

rear 78 Grand 

36 Thompson 
Hammond, Achiloe, pianomaker 

172 Spring 
Harison, Vivaldo, piano maker 

45 Robinson 1830 

Harrison, Frederick V., piano maker 

45 Robinson 1831-1832 

Harison, Vivaldi, piano maker 

45 Robinson 1833 

Hatter, Paul, music instrument maker 
and teacher 

Vandewater 1820 

Hatton, Paul, music instrument maker 

451 Broadway 1821 
45 Warren 1822-1823 

452 Broadway 1824-1825 
12 Fifth n. Bowery 1826 

Hatton, Paul, musical instrument maker 
Roosevelt c. Oak 1827-1828 

69 Catherine 1829 

198 Grand 1830 

Hatton, Charlotte, widow of Paul 

118 Centre 1831 

Hatton, William, mus. inst.-maker 
3 Peck-slip 1793 

358 Broadway 1794 

360 Broadway 1795 

Haugh, Casper, pianoforte maker 
Renwick n. Spring 1826 

Hawes, George, turner 
Avenue 5th n. Twelfth 1834 

Hawes, George, mus. ins. maker 

Twelfth n. Broadway 1835 

383 Broome 1836 

Hearne, Edward, pianomaker 
Thirteenth n. Avenue 5th 1834-1835 

Heath, James, organbuilder 

134 Greene 1834 

rear 117^ Orange 1835 

Heckert, Charles, organbuilder 

82 Mott 1833-1834 

Heckert, Charles, cabinetmaker 
39 Wooster 1835 

Heinrich, Antoine. See Part I. 

Henderson, John, pianomaker 

145 Grand . 1835 

143 Grand 1836 

57 Crosby 1837 

Henderson, John, pianomaker not in 1838-1839 

Henderson, John Y., music 
549 Broadway 1840-1842 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Henderson, John Y., pianomaker 
549 Broadway 1843 

Henderson, John Y., music 
549 Broadway 1844 

549 Broadway, h. r. 59 Marion 1845 

549 Broadway, h. 549 Broadway 1846-1848 
549 B'way, h. 549 B'way 1849-1853 

549 Broadway, & pianos, r. 59 Marion, 
h. 549 Broadway 1854 

Henderson, John Y., pianos 
549 Broadway & r. 59 Marion, h. 549 

Broadway 1855 

547 Broadway & r. 59 Marion, h. 41 

E. 24th 1856 

547 Broadway, h. 41 E. 24th 1857 

Hill, Warren, mus. inst. maker 
185 Chapel 1835 

159 Forsyth 1836 

28 Renwick 1837-1838 

24 Sullivan 1839-1840 

246 Spring 1841 

36 Watts 1842 

Hill, Warren, musical instruments 
36 Watts 1843 

307 Hudson 1844-1845 

68V 2 Greene 1846-1847 

Hill, Warren, music 
h. 92 Vandam 1848 

h. 168 Spring 1849 

Hill, Warren, music not in 1850-1852 

Hill, Warren, clerk 
239 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1853 

Hill, Warren, publisher 
239 Broadway, h. 61 Hicks, Brooklyn 

1854-1856 

Hill, Warren, music 
241 Broadway, h. 61 Hicks, Brooklyn 1857 

Hill, Warren, clerk 
239 Broadway, h. 61 Hicks, Brooklyn 1858 

Hofmaster, Fredk. See Part I. 

Holder, Charles, cabinetmaker 
372 Broome 1834 

Holder, Charles J., pianomaker 
193 h. 196 Mott 1835 

Holmes, George F., cabinetmaker 
568^ Pearl 1832 

Holmes, George F., cabinetmaker not in 1833 

Holmes, George F., pianomaker 

125 Sullivan 1834 

Twenty-second n. Avenue 3 1835 

Holt, Charles, Jr. See Part II. 

Hoofmaster, Fredk. See Part I. 

Hooper & Ball, musical inst. makers 
557 Broadway 1826-1827 

Housman, Abraham, carpenter 
9 Burton 1832 

Housman, Abraham, pianomaker 
9 Burton 1833-1835 

Howe, William. See Part II. 



Hubie, John, organ builder 
Hester n. Orange 1820-1822 

200 Plester 1823-1830 

Hyne, Jacob, organmaker 

113 Elizabeth 1835 

Hyslop, Samuel C, pianofortemaker 
218 Church 1815 

Hyslop, Samuel C, pianofortemaker 

not in 1816-1818 

Hyslop, Samuel C. 
12 Beaver 1819-1820 

Hyslop, Samuel C, cabinet maker 

12 Beaver 1821 

73 Sullivan 1822-1825 

9 York 1826-1827 



Ives, Seth, fife-maker 




55 Bedford 


1827 


71 MacDougal 


1828 


Ives, Seth, porter house 




148 Christopher 


1829 


Ives, Seth, cabinet maker 




63 Carmine 


- -1830 


66 Carmine 


1831-1833 


44 Downing 


1834 


Ives, Eliza, widow of Seth 




27 Charlton 


1835 


Jackson, James, organ builder 




75 Hamersley 


1827 


77 Hamersley 


1828 


77 & 75 Hamersley 


1829-1831 


rear 77 & 75 Hamersley 


1832-1834 


154 Sixteenth 


1835 



Jacobus & Whiting, pianofortemakers 

39 Chapel 1822 
Jaques, John D. See Part II. 

Jardine, John, pianomaker (see Bridg- 
land & Jardine) 

465 Broadway, h. 513 Broome 1835 

Johnson, William, pianomaker 

342 Washington 1833 

Johnson, William, pianomaker not in 1834 

15 Thomas 1835 

Jollie, Edw. jr., mus. inst. maker 

Christopher n. Greenwich 1823 

Amos n. Washington 1824-1825 

Jollie, Edw. jr., inst. 

Amos n. Washington 1826 

Jollie, Edw., jr., inst. not in 1827-1830 

Jollie, Edward, musical instrument maker 

27 Morton 1831 

Jollie, Edward, musical instrument maker 

not in 1832-1835 
Jollie, Edw., instrument maker 

40 Oliver 1836 
118 Bowery 1837 
347 Bleecker 1838 



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69 



Jollie, Edw., instrument maker, continued 
274 Spring 1839 

rear 11 Clarke 1840 

401 Broadway 1841-1842 

Jollie, Edw., turner 

66 Walker, h. 17 Renwick 1843 

66 Walker, h. 459 G'wich 1844-1845 

66 Walker, h. 186 Spring 1846 

Jollie, Edw., instruments 

169 Fulton, h. 98 Greene 1847 

122 Fulton, h. 102 Greene 1848-1849 

300 Broadway, h. 102 Greene 1850-1851 

300 Broadway, h. B'klyn 1852 

Jollie, Edw., musical instruments 

300 Broadway, h. 31st n. Av. 5 1853 

Jollie, Edw., music 

300 Broadway, h. 31st n. Ninth av. 1854 

Jollie, Edw., express 

519 Broadway, h. 526 G'wich 1855 

Tollie, Edw., musical inst. 
157 Elm, h. 101 Charlton 1856 

Jollie, Edw., music 

140 Varick, h. 101 Charlton 1857 

Jollie, Edw., express 

h. 331 Tenth av. 1858 

2 Harrison, h. 331 Tenth av. 1859-1863 

Jollie & Secor, musical instrument makers 
17 Stanton 1829 

Jollie, Allen R., musical instrument 
maker 

104 Bedford 1829 
221 Bleecker 1830-1831 
403 Broadway 1832-1833 

105 Elm, h. 403 Broadway 1834 
105 Elm, h. 201 Church 1835 ' 

Jollie & Millet, music store 

385 Broadway 1835 

Jollie, Allen R-, music 
385 Broadway, h. 349 Broome 1836 

385 Broadway 1837 

385 Broadway, h. 5 Dominick 1838-1840 

Jollie, Allen R., musical instruments 

401 Broadway c. Walker 1841-1842 

Jollie, Allan R., musical instrument maker 
66 Walker 1843 

66 Walker, h. 459 G'wich 1844 

Jollie, Allen R., musical instrument maker 
66 Walker, h. 459 G'wich 1845 

66 Walker, h. 86 Laight 1846 

169 Fulton, h. 59 Vestry 1847 

122 Fulton, h. 59 Vestry 1848-1849 

Jollie, Allen R., instruments 

300 Broadway, h. 8 Renwick 1850 

Jollie, Allen R., mus. inst. mkr. 

300 Broadway, h. 101 Charlton '1851-1853 



1 "The Washington Greys March," by James B. Taylor, 
cop. 1835 James B. Taylor, Allen R. Jollie, 403 
B'way. 



Jollie, Allen R., music 
300 Broadway, h. 201 W. 30th 1854 

519 Broadway 1855 

Jollie, Allen R., inst. maker 

157 Elm, h. 101 Charlton 1855 

Jollie, Allen R., musical inst. 

157 Elm, h. 101 Charlton 1856 

h. 101 Charlton 1857-1858 

h. 55 Vandam 1859-1860 

Jollie, Allen R., instruments 
h. 55 Vandam 1861 

Jollie, Allen R., musical instruments 
h. 10 King 1862-1866 

Jollie, Allen R., musical instruments not in 1867 

Jollie, Allen R., ivory 

143 Grand, h. 112 Charles 1868 

Jollie, Allen R., turner 

143 Grand, h. 698 Washington 1869 

Jollie & Co., music store 
385 Broadway, h. 5 Dominick 1838 

385 Broadway, h. 4 Dominick 1839-1840 

Jollie, Samuel C, music store 

385 Broadway 1841-1842 

Jollie, Samuel C, music 

385 Broadway 1843 

385 Broadway, h. 459 G'wich 1844-1845 

413 Broadway, h. 186 Spring 1846 

Jollie, Samuel C, pianos 
201 Broadway, h. 40 Vestry 1847-1848 

300 Broadway, h. 40 Vestry 1849 

Jollie, Samuel C, music 

300 Broadway, h. 254 Hudson 1850 

Jollie, Samuel C, pianos 
300 Broadway, h. 66 Varick 1851-1853 

Jollie, Samuel G, music 

300 Broadway, h. Bergen Point, N. J. 1854 
519 Broadway, h. Bergen Point, N. J. 1855 

Jollie, Samuel C, music not in 1856-1858 

Jollie, Samuel C, manuf. 
h. 256 W. 28th 1859 

Jones, Luther, grocer 

Broome c. Arundel 1821-1822 

137 Allen 1823 

Jones, Luther, drum maker 

137 Allen 1824-1825 

Jones, Luther, musical instr. maker 

137 Allen 1826 

104 Allen 1827 

6 Willet 1828-1831 

Jones, Luther, faucetmaker 
6 Willet 1832 

Jones, Luther 
6 Willet 1833 

Jones & Gillespie, musical inst. makers 

137 Allen 1826 

Jones & Gillespie, musical inst. makers 

not in 1827-1828 

Jones & Gillespie 
6 Willet 1829 



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Karr, William H., pianos 
h. Third av. n. E. 86th 1861 

Karr, William H., pianos not in 1862-1863 

135 Grand, h. Third av. n. E. 86th 1864 

135 Grand & 149 Baxter, h. 1370 Third 

av. 1865 

149 Baxter, h. 1370 Third av. 1866 

644 B'way & 149 Baxter, h. 1370 Third 

av. 1867-1868 

646 B'way & 149 Baxter, h. 32 Jones 1869 
149 Baxter, h. 32 Jones 1870 

255 Greene, h. 32 Jones 1871-1875 

Kearsing and Sons, J., pianoforte manu- 
factory 
Bowery 1804 

Bowery cor. North 1805-1806 

279 Bowery 1807-1809 

Kearsing & Son, pianoforte manufactory 
279 Bowery 1810-1816 

Kearsing, John, pianoforte 

177 Broome 1818 

279 Bowery 1819 

Kearsing, John, pianoforte manuf. 
279 Bowery 1820 

Kearsing, John, pianoforte maker 
96 Chatham 1821-1822 

96 Chatham & 3rd Ave. 1823 

96 Chatham 1824 

50 Cortlandt 1825 

Herring c. Burton, h. Carmine 1826 

Herring c. Burton, h. 140 Amity 1827 

Kearsing, J., pianoforte maker 

Herring'n. Burton & Sixth, n. 3d Av. 1828 
293 Bowery 1829 

Kearsing, John, piano forte maker 
456 Broadway 1830-1831 

Kearsing, John, piano forte maker not in 1832 

Kearsing, sen., John, pianomaker 
2 Green, h. 459 Greenw. 1833 

13 Mulberry, h. 66 Carmine 1834 

107 Attorney 1835 

Kearsing, Thomas 

Bowery, n. 2 mile stone 1811-1814 

Kearsing, Thomas not in 1815 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte manuf. 
3d Avenue n. Nicholas Wm. 1817 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte manuf. 

not in 1818 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte mak. 
3d Avenue 1819 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte mak. not in 1820 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte maker 
3d Avenue 1821 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte maker 

not in 1822-1823 
3d Ave. 1824 

Kearsing, Thomas, pianoforte maker 

not in 1825-1828 
Sixth n. Av. 3d 1829-1831 



Kearsing & sons, Trios, piano m. 

175 B'way, h. Sixth, n. Av. 3d 1832 

259 B'way, h. Sixth n. Av. 3d 1833-1835 

Kearsing, Wm., pianoforte manuf. 
270 Bowery 1817 

279 Bowery 1818-1819 

King, Mathew. See Part I. 

King, Peter, musical instrument maker 

Bedford n. Arden 1824 

King n. M'Dougal 1825 

Bedford n. Burton 1826 

King, Peter, musical instrument maker 

not in 1827 

King, Peter, cabinet maker 

Eleventh n. 3d Av. 1828-1829 

16 Fifth 1830 

Knapp, Joseph, organ builder 
413 Broadway 1819 

Elm n. Grand 1820 

Napp, Joseph, organ builder 
126 Elm 1821 

Knapp, James, organ builder 
115 Elm -1822 

Napp, Joseph, organ builder 

115 Elm 1822 

Kuypers, Henry, mus. inst. maker 
55 Nassau 1812-1813 

95 Beekman 1814 



Lamson, Paul, musical instr. maker 

208 Broadway 1816 

208 Broadway, h. 59 Gold 1817 

208 Broadway, h. 98 Reed 1818 

Lamson, Paul, musical instr. maker not in 1819 

Lamson, Paul 

5 Frankfort 1820 

Lamson, Paul, mus. inst. maker 

5 Frankfort 1821 

76 Gold 1822 

17 Dutch 1823 

10 Bancker 1824 

Lamson, Paul, mus. inst. maker not in 1825 

15 Leonard 1826-1827 

North n. Clinton 1828 

Leaman, Henry, organbuilder 

rear 114 Orange 1835 

Lenden, William, pianomaker 

401 Broadway 1824 

Lesieur, John D., pianomaker 

Avenue 3d n. Twenty sec. 1834 

Lewis, Henry, pianomaker 

73 Hamersley 1835 

Lick, James, piano forte maker 

198 Broadway 1821 

Lindeman, William, pianomaker 

48 William 1835 

Lloyd, Joseph, reed-maker 

29 Oak 1824-1831 

56y 2 Bowery 1832-1833 



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Lloyd, Joseph, rope maker 

56y 2 Bowery 1834 

Lloyd, Joseph, reedmaker 

194 Walker, h. 56^ Bowery 1835 

Longhurst, Thomas, musical instrument 
maker 

471 Pearl 1833-1835 

Loomis, William J., pianomaker 

387 Third 1831 

Loomis, William I., pianomaker 

22 Clarke 1832 

Loud, Thomas, pianoforte-maker 

102 Canal 1826-1827 

280 Broadway 1828 

453 Broadway 1829 

201 Mott 1830 

453 Broadway 1831 

Loud, Thomas 

61 Vandam 1832 

Loud, Harriet, widow of Thomas 

228 Varick 1833 

Lucas, John, tuner 

134 Spring 1833-1834 

Lucas, John, mus. inst. maker 

134 Spring 1835 



M'Collum, , cabinet mak. 

50 Harman 1826 

M'Collum, , cabinet mak. not in 1827 

M'Callum, Thomas, reed-maker 

110 Perry 1828 

M'Collum, Thomas, reed-maker 

rear 453 Hudson 1829 

M'Callum, Thomas, reed-maker 

rear 453 Hudson 1830 

Malley, Francis. See Part I. 
Malthaner, John C, pianomaker 

rear 6 Willet 1834 

Martin, C. Frederick, violin & guitar mak. 

196 Hudson 1834-1835 

Martin & Schatz, violin makers 

196 Hudson 1835 

Mason, Daniel G. See Part II. 
Mason & Hamlin, manufacturers of 
cabinet organs, warerooms 

596 Broadway & 128 Mercer 1865 

Mason & Hamlin (ad. as above) 

596 Broadway & 128 Crosby 1866-1867 

The Mason and Hamlin Organ Company 

596 Broadway 1868-1869 

Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 

596 Broadway 1870-1872 

25 Union sq. 1873-1875 

Mayell, John, hats 

169 Water, h. Brooklyn 1852-1853 

Mayell, John, music 

1 Franklin sq., h. 20 Livingston, Brook- 
lyn 1854-1855 



Mayell, John, music, continued 
547 Broadway, h. Livingston, Brook- 
lyn 1856-1857 
547 Broadway, h. 95 W. 42nd 1858-1860 

Mayell, John A., pianos (see William 
A. Pond & Co., 1863)" 
547 Broadway, h. 18 Lafayette pi. 1861-1862 

Mayell, John, music 
547 Broadway, h. 18 Lafayette pi. 1863-1864 

Mayell, John, pianos 
B'way, h. 18 Lafayette pi. 1865 

Mayell, John, pianos not in 1866-1867 

Mayell, John 
h. 18 Lafayette pi. 1868-1870 

Mazzinghe, Dominick 

11 Murray 1803-1804 

266 Greenwich 1805 

Mazzinghi, Dominick, piano-forte store 
29 Maiden-L. 1806-1808 

292 Greenwich 1809-1813 

18 Hudson 1814 

Mazzinghi, Dominick 
18 Hudson 1815-1816 

Medcalf, Charles, cabinetmaker 

Bowery-hill 1826 

Medcalf, Charles, pianomaker 
215 Mulberry 1827 

189 Mulberry 1828 

Medcalf, Charles E., pianomaker 

Sixth n. Av. 3 1829 

Medcalf, Charles E., pianomaker not in 1830 

Metcalf, Charles, pianomaker 
142 Elm 1831-1833 

77 Delancey 1834 

Metcalf, Charles E., pianomaker 

77 Delancey 1835 

Meeks, Henry, cabinetmak. 

Arden n. Bedford 1824 

Meeks, Henry S., musical insts. maker 
King n. McDougal 1825 

Bedford n. Commerce 1826 

390 Bowery 1827 

36 Amity 1828 

Meeks, Henry S., musical insts. maker 

not in 1829 

Meeks, Henry, piano maker 

Bowery n. Art 1830-1831 

Meeks, Henry S., piano maker 
Bowery n. Art 1832 

767 Broadway 1833 

396 Bowery 1834 

Meeks, Henry S., weigher 
318 Bowery c. Bleecker 1835 

Mein, Robert, pianomaker 

109^ Canal • 1830-1831 

Mein, Robert, pianomaker not in 1832-1833 
96 Varick 1834-1835 

Merrill, James F. 
72, Henry 1821 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Merrill, James F., cabinetmaker 
73 Henry 1822 

Arden n. Bedford 1823-1824 

Merrill, James F., musical instrument 
maker 
King n. M'Dougal 1825 

Burrows n. Sixth 1826 

Merrill, James F., cabinetmaker 
123 Nassau 1827-1828 

40 N. Moore 1829 

Merritt, Daniel, reedmaker 

152 Rivington 1831-1832 

Metcalf, Charles E. See Medcalf, Charles 
Millet, William E. See Part II. 
Mills, James, piano maker 
23 Downing 1830 

55 Bedford 1831 

Mills, James B. 

27 Morton 1832-1835 

Mongani & Co., Theobold, flute manuf. 

73 Leonard 1835 

Monroe, Peter, pianomaker 

rear 135 Amity 1832-1833 

Montgomery, John, mus. inst. maker 
355 Pearl ' 1800 

55 Cherry 1801 

64 Nassau 1802-1804 

255 Broadway 1805 

Montgomery, John C, musical inst. mak. 
& turner 
Elm 1806 

Montgomery, widow of John C. 

3 Ann 1807 

Morris, Charles A., pianos (see Stodart 
& Morris) 
325 Broadway, h. 319 Bridge, Brooklyn 

1852-1853 
Morris, Charles A., pianos 
W. 35th n. Eighth av. & Tenth n. Fifth 
av. & 325 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1854 
Morris, Charles A., pianofortes 
501 Broadway, 15 Tenth & 194 W. 
35th, h. Brooklyn 1855 

Morris, Charles A., pianos 
501 Broadway, 194 W. 35th & 15 Tenth, 

h. 307 Bridge, Brooklyn 1856 

501 Broadway, & 194 W. 35th, h. 307 

Bridge, Brooklyn 1857-1858 

Morris, C. A., pianos 
501 Broadway, & 194 W. 35th, h. 346 

Bridge, Brooklyn 1859 

Morris, Charles A., pianos 
506 Broadway, & 322 W. 35th, h. 346 

Bridge, Brooklyn 1860-1862 

526 Broadway & Eighth n. W. 34th, h. 

346 Bridge, Brooklyn 1863 

524 Broadway, & 322 W. 25th, h. 346 

Bridge, Brooklyn 1864 

684 Broadway & 322 W. 35th, h. 346 

Bridge, Brooklyn 1865 



Morris, Charles A., "Stodart" pianos 
684 Broadway, h. 346 Bridge, B'klyn 1866 

Morris, Charles A., pianos 
684 B'way, h. 346 Bridge, Brooklyn 1867 
684 B'way & 322 W. 35th, h. 346 Bridge, 

Brooklyn 1868 

684 B'way, h. 346 Bridge, Brooklyn 1869 

Mownihan, Maurice 
107 Mott 1819 

Mownihan, Maurice not in 1820 

Moynehan, Maurice, organ builder 
69 Mott 1821 

53 Mott 1822 

57 Mott 1823 

Moynehan, Maurice, organ builder 

not in 1824-1827 

Monahan, Maurice, organ builder 
57 Mott 1828 

103 Chrystie 1829 

Moyniham, Maurice, organ builder 

145 Chrystie 1830 

159 Madison -1831 

Munday, E., pianoforte maker 

17 Dominick 1820 

Mundy, Edward N., cab. mak. 
Arden n. Herring 1821 

Mundy, Edward N., piano maker 
74 Reed 1822 

Mundy, Edward N., piano forte maker 
74 Reed 1823 

93 Reed 1824 

154 Fulton, h. 93 Reed 1825-1827 

641 Greenwich 1828-1829 

Mundy, Edward N., pianomaker 
641 Greenwich 1830-1831 

234 Bleecker, h. 641 Greenwich 1832-1835 

Mundy & Pethick, pianomakers 
234 Bleecker 1832-1835 

Munroe, Thomas, pianoforte manuf. 
Art c. Bowery 1828 

Munroe, Thaddeus, pianoforte manuf. 

Bowery n. Art 1829 

Munroe, Thaddeus, pianomaker 

Bowery n. Art 1830 

Munroe, Thaddeus, pianomaker not in 1831 
Bowery n. Art 1832-1833 

438 Bowery n. Art 1834 

Myer, John, piano maker 
39 Jones 1827 

60 Forsyth 1828 



Nash, Francis H. See Part I. 
Nash, Isaac, cabinet maker 

Cornelia n. Herring 1826 

Nash, Isaac, cabinet maker not in 1827 

Nash, Isaac, piano forte maker 

3d Av. c. Eleventh 1828 

Nash, Isaac, piano forte maker not in 1829 



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Nash, Isaac, carpenter 

647 Greenwich 1830 

66 Grove 1831 

Tenth 1832 

Nash, Thomas, pianomaker 

Bowery c. Tenth 1832 

Neilson, John, piano-forte maker 

111 Fulton 1828 
Neilson, Jason, piano-forte maker 

112 Amos, h. c. Hudson 1829 
52 Cortlandt 1830 

Neilson, Jason, piano-forte maker not in 1831 

Neilson, Jason, pianomaker 

453 Broadway 1832-1833 

127 Troy " 1834 

289 Washington 1835 

Neilson, Samuel, musical-instrument maker 

21 Barclay 1805 

71 Chamber 1806 

19 Barclay 1807-1815 

rear 15 Barclay 1816 

96 Chamber 1817 

Nelson, Samuel, musical-instrument maker 

96 Chamber 1818 

94 Chamber 1819 

Neilson, Samuel, piano forte maker 

94 Chamber 1819-1823 

94 Chambers 1824-1825 

140 Chambers 1826-1827 

154 Chambers . 1828-1833 

Neilson, Samuel, pianomaker 

453 Broadway 1834-1835 

Newberry, G. I., patent pianos 

132 Pearl 1818 

Newberry, G. I., music store 

68 Maiden Lane 1820 

Nunns, Francis, pianom. 

57 Orchard 1831 

Nunns, John F., pianom. 

57 Orchard 1832 

Nunns, Robert & Wm, piano forte mak. 

172 Chamber 1823 

172 Chambers 1824 

3rd Avenue 1825-1828 

Av. 3d c. Twenty-sixth 1829 

137 Broadway 1830-1831 

Nunns, Robert & Wm., pianomakers 

137 Broadway 1832 

Nunns, Robert, pianomaker 

137 Broadway, h. Av. 2d c. Third 1832 

137 B'way, h. Av. 2d c. Fourth 1833-1835 

Nunns, Clark & Co., pianomakers 
137 Broadway , 1833-1834 
137 Broadway, manufacturing estab- 
lishment, Twenty sixth c. A v. 3 1835 

Nunns, William, piano-mak. 

h. 286 Washington 1830 

184 Chambers 1831 



O'Brien, John, pianomak. 

393 Pearl 1831 

445 Pearl 1832 

393 Pearl 1833 

Osborne, John, pianomaker 

406 Broome 1830 

Osborne, John, pianomaker not in 1831 

184 Chambers c. Greenwich 1832 

184 Chambers, h. 364 Washington 1833 

184 Chambers & 286 Broadway 1834 
201 Broadway, h. Fourteenth n. Av. 

6th 1835 

Overin, John, musical instrument-m. 

Art n. Avenue 3d 1829 



Park, Andrew, reedmaker 
102 Barrow 1830 

Pattison, John N. & Co. See Part I. 

Pease, William, piano-forte ware-room, 
piano-forte & organ singing taught 
and pianos tuned 
333 Broadway 1836 

Pease, William, pianos 
329 Broadway, h. 175 Rivington 1837 

333 Broadway, h. 36 Walker 1838 

359 Broadway 1839 

Pease, William, pianos not in 1840 

Pease, William, prof, music 
90 Fourth 1841 

Peek, David, cab. maker 
36 Rhynders n. Broome 1821 

Peek & Burns, organbuilders 
98 Leonard 1822 

Peek, David, cabinet maker 
30 Rhynders 1823 

Vandam n. Varick 1824 

11 Leonard 1825 

30 Rynders 1826 

60 Rynders 1827 

Peek, David C, piano tuner 
6 Willet c. Grand 1828 

41 Delancey 1829 

55 Delancey 1830-32 

Peek, David C, piano turner 
55 Delancey 1833-1834 

Peek, David C, piano tuner 
55 Delancey 1835 

Peloubet, Alex., musical instrument maker 
222 Greenwich 1812 

Peloubet, Alex., musical instrument maker 

not in 1813 

Peloubet, Charvrier, musical instrument 

150 Walker 1829-1831 

204 Hester 1832-1833 

Peloubet, Chabrier, musical instrument 

204 Hester 1834-1835 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Peloubet, Joseph, musical instrument 

maker 
190 William 1805 

Peloubet, Joseph, musical instrument 

maker not in 1806 

Pemberton, Jacob, pianomaker 

142 Elm 1835 
Perkins, Theodore, prof. 

434 Broome, h. 146 W. 16th 1863 

434 Broome 1864-1865 

Perkins, Theodore E., pianos 

420 Broome, h. 115 W. 53 1866 

420 Broome, h. 454 W. 24th 1867 

Perkins, Theodore E. 

76 E. 9th, h. 454 W. 24th 1868 

Perkins, Theodore E., pianos, music 
books & sheet music 

76 E. 9th, h. 454 W. 24th 1869 

Perkins, Theodore E., music 

76 E. 9th, h. 454 W. 24th 1870 

143 Eighth, h. 454 W. 24th 1871 
76 E. 9th, h. 454 W. 24th 1872 
78 E. 9, h. 454 W. 24th 1873-1874 
h. 454 W. 24th 1875 

Perkins & Co., music 

143 Eighth 1871 

Perrin, David, butcher 

282 Mulberry 1832 

Perrin, David, butcher not in 1833 

Perrin, David, pianomaker 

49 Norfolk 1834-1835^ 
Perry, Richard, piano forte maker 

42 Barclay 1809 

50 Harman 1810 
42 Barclay 1811 

Peterson, Garret, cabinetmaker 

155, h. 203 Bowery 1827 

44 Catherine 1828 

Peterson, Garret, pianomaker 

Sixth n. Avenue 3d 1829 

Peterson, Garret, pianomaker not in 1830 

Peterson, Garrat, pianomaker 

299 Mulberry 1831 

Pethick, John, pianomaker 

234, h. 253 Bleecker 1832-1835 

Phyfe, Isaac M., piano forte maker 

100 Chapel 1822 

Phyfe, Isaac M., piano forte maker 

not in 1823-1828 

Phyfe, Isaac, piano maker 

215 Mulberry 1829 

Phyfe, Isaac M., paper hanger 

Tryon-row c. Chatham 1830 

Pirsson, Alexander, piano forte mak. 

26 Church 1822 

Pirsson, Alexander, piano forte mak. 

not in 1823-1824 



Pirsson, Alexander T., teacher pianoforte 
26 Church 1825 

Fifth n. 6th Ave. 1826 

585 Broome 1827-1828 

Pirsson, Alexander, music teacher 
193 Hudson 1829 

329 Hudson 1830-1831 

Pirsson, Alexander, music teacher not in 1832 

Pirsson, Alexander T., organist 

146 Wooster 1833-1835 

Pirsson, James, pianoforte maker 
193^ Hudson 1829 

Pirsson, James, pianomaker 
Hudson n. Leroy 1830 

Pirsson & Co., James, pianomaker 
214 B'way, h. 286 William 1831 

Pirsson & Co., James, pianomaker 

not in 1832-1833 

Pirsson, James, piano tuner 
116 MacDougal 1834 

132 Perry 1835 

Pleshin, William, cabinetmaker 
57 Bedford 1833 

Pleshin, William, pianomaker 
57 Bedford . 1834-1835 

Plowman, John, pianomaker 
Third n. Avenue 2d 1834-1835 

Pond, Sylvanus B. See Part II. 

Pond, William A. See Part II. 

Poyner, Joseph, pianomaker 
Avenue 3d, n. Twenty-fourth 1834 

Provost, Peter, pianomaker 
7 York 1833 

15 Commerce 1834 

9 Commerce 1835 



Randell, John, pianomaker 

15 Commerce 1835 

Randle, Adonijah, pianomaker 

21 Cornelia 1832-1833 

Randel, Adonijah, pianomaker 

120 Barrow, h. 10 Grove 1834-1835 

Randle, Culver & Jesse, pianomakers 

112, h. 36 Amos 1828 

112 Amos 1829 

Randle, Culver, pianomaker 

112 Amos, h. 429 Hudson 1830-1832 

82 Grove 1833 

Randel, Culver, pianomaker 

342 Bleecker, h. 82 Grove 1834 

111, h. 80 Amos 1835 

Raven, Richard M., piano maker 

189 Mulberry 1832 

68 Sullivan 1833-1837 

240 Elizabeth 1838-1839 

Centre, h. 240 Elizabeth 1840 

164 Centre, h. 240 Elizabeth 1841-1842 






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Raven, Richard M., pianos 

164 Centre, h. 240 Elizabeth 1843 

164 Centre, h. 140 Elizabeth 1844 
164 Centre & r. 392 Broadway, h. 240 

Elizabeth 1845 

164 Centre, h. 240 Elizabeth 1846-1847 

162 Centre, h. 146 Mulberry 1848-1849 

Raven, Richard, pianofortemaker 

160 Centre, h. 146 Mulberry 1850 

Raven, Richard, pianos 
162 Centre, h. 146 Mulberry 1851-1853 
160 Centre, h. 146 Mulberry 1854-1855 
135 Grand, h. 146 Mulberry 1856 
135 Grand & 149 Baxter, h. 146 Mul- 
berry 1857-1858 
135 Grand, & Baxter, n. Grand, h. 38 

W. 28th 1859 

135 Grand, h. 38 W. 28th 1860-1866 

644 Broadway, h. 38 W. 28th 1867 

644 Broadway, h. 33 W. 28th 1868 

646 Broadway, h. 46 W. 28th 1869 

149 Baxter, h. 46 W. 28th 1870-1872 

Raven, Mary, wid. Richard 

46 W. 28th 1873 

Raven, Thomas, cabinetmaker 

Bowery n. 3d Av. 1828 

222 Greene 1829 

113 Greene 1830-1831 
143 Mercer 1832 

114 Orange 1833-1842 
Raven, Thomas, organ builder 

114 Orange 1843 

Raven, Thomas, organ builder not in 1844 

Raven, Thomas, organs 

114 Orange 1845-1846 

122 Orange 1847-1849 

Raven, Thomas, pianofortemaker 

122 Orange 1850 

Raven, Thomas, pianos 

122 Orange 1851 

145 Mulberry 1852-1853 

160 Centre, h. 145 Mulberry 1854-1855 

135 Grand, h. 145 Mulberry 1856-1858 

Raven, Thomas, pianos not in 1859-1861 

135 Grand, h. 125 Ludlow 1862 

Raven, Thomas, pianos not in 1863 

135 Grand, h. 125 Ludlow 1864-1865 

h. 125 Ludlow 1866 

644 B'way, & 149 Baxter, h. 125 

Ludlow 1867-1868 

Raven, Thomas, ins. 

h. 125 Ludlow 1869 

Raven, Thomas, ins. not in 1870 

Raven, Thomas, pianos 

149 Baxter, h. 46 W. 28th 1871 

149 Baxter, h. B'klyn 1872 

118 W. 14th, h. B'klyn 1873 

118 W. 14th, h. 271 W. 11th 1874 
110 W. 14th & 145 Baxter, h. 271 W. 11 1875 



Raven, Bacon & Co. 

135 Grand 1856 
135 Grand, manufactory 149 Baxter 1857 

135 Grand & 149 Baxter 1858 

Raven, Bacon & Co., pianos 
office & wareroom, 135 Grand, manu- 
factory 149 Baxter 1859 
135 Grand 1860 
135 Grand & 147 Baxter 1861 

Raven & Bacon, pianos 

135 Grand & 149 Baxter 1862-1864 

135 Grand & 151 Baxter 1865 

135 Grand & 149 Baxter 1866 

646 B'way & 149 Baxter 1867-1869 

149 & 151 Baxter 1870 

Raven & Co., pianos 

149 Baxter 1871-1872 

118 W. 14th 1873-1874 

110 W. 10th & 145 Baxter 1875 

Redstone, Thomas, organ builder 

Eldridge c. Delancey 1817 

16 Orchard 1818 

Hester n. Forsyth 1819-1820 

124 Pump 1821 

130 Elm 1822 

Redstone, Thomas, organ bilder 

256 Grand 1823 

Redstone, Thomas, organ builder 

256 Grand 1824-1827 

266 Bowery 1828 

167 Elizabeth 1829 
158 Hester 1830 
Grand n. Essex 1831 
35 Av. D 1832 

Redstone, Thomas, organ builder 

not in 1833-1834 

97 Goerck 1835 

Redstone, William, organ builder 

59 Hester 1810 

Grand n. Art 1811 

Grand n. Orchard 1812-1814 

168 Grand 1815-1817 
Redstone and Sons, organ builders 

168 Grand 1817 
Redstone, Wm, organ builder 

168 Grand 1818-1819 

167 Bowery 1820 

168 Grand 1821-1822 
294 Grand 1823 

Richardson, Thomas, pianoforte mak. 

Reason n. Herring 1826 
Rickers, John J. 

Jones n. Herring 1824 
Rickers, John I., music st. 

187 Broadway, h. 45 Grand ' 1825 
Rickers, John I., piano and music st. 

187 Broadway 1826 
Rickers, John J., piano and music st. 

187 Broadway, h. 12 Howard 1827 



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MUSIC DIRECTORY OF EARLY NEW YORK CITY 



Rickers, John J., piano and music St., continued 
187 B'way, h. 9 Mercer 1828 

7 John, h. 21 Dey 1829 

Rickers, John J. 

170 Broadway, h. 462 Pearl 1830 

99 Canal 1831-1833 

Riley, Frederick. See Part II. 

Riley, F. & Co. See Part II. 

Riley, Henry, musical inst. maker 
Renwick n. Canal 1826 

217 Broome 1827-1828 

3 Allen 1829 

66 Norfolk 1830 

64 Eldridge 1831 

117 Wooster 1832 

29 Chatham, h. 117 Wooster 1833- 

117 Wooster 1834 

Riley, Henry, grocer 
158 Hudson c. Vestry 1835 

Riley, Henry, musical instruments 
94 Laurens 1836 

Riley, Henry, musical instruments not in 1837 

Riley, Henry, musical insts. 

12 Bedford 1838 

10 Clarkson 1839 

12 Clarkson 1840 
29 Chatham, h. 12 Clarkson 1841-1842 

Robb & Mundy, music store 

154 Fulton 1822-1824 

Robb & Mundy, pianoforte manufactory 

154 Fulton " 1825-1827 

Robb & Mundy, piano forte makers 

641 Greenwich 1828 

Robb, Alickam, piano maker 

235 Henry 1829 

643 Greenwich 1830 

Robb, Eliakim, mahogany-yd. 

22 Canal, h. 643 Greenwich 1831 

Robertson, John, piano pin-mak. 

10 Rivington 1831 

Robertson, John C, piano pin-mak. 

10 Rivington 1832-1835 

Rogers, George, piano maker 

287 Fourth 1835 

Rormberg, William, mus. inst. maker 

13 Thompson 1834 
Ronnberg, William, mus. inst. maker 

13 Thompson 1835 

Ross, John, piano maker 

153 Duane 1833 

rear 51 Norfolk 1834 

94 Clinton 1835 

Ryder, Langford & Co., pianoforte makers 

15 Barclay 1818-1821 

Ryder & Co., Langford T., pianoforte 
makers 

15 Barclay 1822 

Ryder, Langford, pianoforte maker 

Varick n. Provost 1823 



Ryder, & Co., Langford T., pianoforte 
makers 

15 Barclay, h. 7 Varick 1823 

15, h. 39 Barclay 1824 

Ryder, Langford T., piano forte maker 

15 Barclay 1825-1826 

Ryder & Tallman, pianoforte makers 

15 Barclay 1825-1827 

Sakmeister, Charles P. H., piano-maker 

138 Amity 1829 

Sakmeister, Charles P., piano-maker 

51 Morton 1830-1831 

Thirteenth n. Av. 6th 1832 

Schaffer, George 

438 Pearl 1804-1806 

Schaffer, , musician 

270 Pearl . 1807 

Schaff, George, marine 

91 Henry 1808 

Schaffer, , musician not in 1809-1810 

Schaffer, George, musical instrument 
maker 

219 Greenwich 1811 

Schaffer, F. G. & W., musical instrument 
maker 

219 Greenwich 1811 

Schirmer, Charles, pianos 

h. 145 Second Av. 1860 

Schirmer, Christopher, piano tuner 

h. 236 Fifth 1861 

Schirmer, Christopher, pianomaker 

h. 228 First av. 1862 

Schons, Bernard, piano-forte-maker 

88 Chatham 1807 

267 Broadway 1808 

403 Greenwich 1809 

17 Chatham 1810 

Schroeder, Luke, mus. inst. maker 

54 Elizabeth 1833 

Schwachhofer, Edward, teacher 

51 Chapel 1824-1825 

Schwachhofer, Edward, music store 

392 Broadway 1826-1828 

119 Grand 1829 

Schwachhofer, Edward, music store not in 1830 
Schwachhofer, Edward, musical instruments 

94 Greene 1831 

119 Spring 1832-1833 

Schwachhofer, Edward, accountant 

199 Spring 1834-1835 

Schwartzholtz, I. C, piano forte maker 

450 Pearl 1797 

23 Chatham 1798 

Seabury, Charles S., pianofortemaker 
(see Dubois & Seabury) 

13 Crosby 1843 

Selden, John, mus. inst. maker 

25 Chapel 1796-1797 



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77 



Selden, John, mus. inst. maker not in 1798 

25 Chapel 1799-1801 

Selden, John, mus. inst. maker not in 1802-1806 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

41 Chapel 1807-1814 

Seldon, John, musical instrument maker 

41 Chapel 1815-1819 

Seldon, John, musical instrument maker 

not in 1820 

41 Chapel 1821 

Seldon, John, musical instrument maker 

not in 1822 

41 Chapel • 1823-1824 

Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

41 Chapel 1825-1832 

Senior, William, pianomaker 

186 William 1831 

Senior, William, pianomaker not in 1832 

Senior, William, accountant 

167 B'way, h. 196 Church 1833-1834 

Shaff, Thomas, piano-maker 

Tenth c. Bowery 1829 

364 Fifth 1830 

Shaff, Thomas, piano-maker not in 1831 

Shaff, Thomas, manomaker 

189 Allen 1832 

207 Allen 1833 

438 Bowery 1834 

Shields, Thomas, pianoforte-maker 

92 Liberty 1827-1828 

125 Orange 1829-1830 
109 Chrystie 1831 

Shields, Thomas, pianomaker 
103 Chrystie 1832 

Sickels, Jacob, pianomaker 
114 Charles c. Hudson 1832 

Silleck, Sands & George, cabinet-m. 
Raisin n. Herring 1825 

Silleck, Sands & George, cabinet-m. not in 1826 

Sillick, Sands F., piano-maker 
63 Herring 1827 

Herring 1828 

641 Greenwich 1829 

Selleck, Sands, piano-maker 

126 Barrow 1830 
Sillick, Sands F., piano-maker 

Barrow 1830 

Selleck, Sands, piano-maker 

641 Greenwich 1831 

Selleck, Sands, piano-maker not in 1832 

Sillick, George W., pianomaker 

505 Houston 1834 

123 Barrow 1835 

Simonton, John, pianomaker 

85 Sullivan 1832 

Simonton, John, pianomaker not in 1833 

Simonton, John, cabinet maker 

85 Sullivan 1834 

29 King 1835 



Slater, Moses, mus. insts. 
538 B'way, h. 148 E. 39th 1864 

Slater, Moses, music (see Gordon & 
Slater) 
538 B'way, h. 148 E. 39th 1865 

706 B'way, h. 148 E. 39th 1866 

Slater, Moses, mus. insts. 
706 B'way & 41 Greene, h. 222 E. 39th 1867 
706 B'way, h. 222 E. 39th 1868 

221 Greene, h. 222 E. 39th 1869-1870 

36 Cortlandt, h. 222 E. 39th 1871-1872 

36 Cortlandt, h. 222 E. 29th 1873 

36 Cortlandt, h. 222 E. 39th 1874 

42 Cortlandt, h. 222 E. 39th 1875 

Smith, Albert, turner 
Golden-hill 1787 

15 Golden hill 1789-1790 

Smith, Albert, musical inst. maker & turner 
15 Golden hill 1791-1793 

Smith, Albert, musical inst. maker & turner 

not in 1794 

Smith, Albertus, turner & mus. inst. maker 
86 John 1795 

Smith, Albert, turner & mus. inst. maker 
86 John 1796-1797 

Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 
86 John 1798-1815 

Smith, Albert 
86 John 1816-1817 

Smith, Albert not in 1818 

Smith, Albert, turner 
86 John 1819 

Smith, Albert G, pianomaker 
385 Broadway 1835 

Smith, James T., pianoforte maker 
Eleventh n. 3d Av. 1828 

Smith, John, mus. inst. maker 
39 Bowery Lane 1792 

Liberty 1793 

Sneyder, Joseph, piano-maker 
Eighteenth n. Avenue 10th 1830 

Sneyder, Joseph, piano-maker not in 1831-1833 

Snyder, Joseph, piano-maker 
Twenty-second n. Avenue 3d 1834-1835 

Sprowll, Robert, joiner 

173 Church 1810 

Sprowll, Robert, cabinetmaker 
55 Anthony 1811-1812 

231 Church 1813-1814 

Sprawll, Robert, organbuilder 
9 Thomas 1815-1818 

Sproull, Robert, organbuilder 
173 Church 1819 

Sproull, Robert, organbuilder not in 1820 

Sproull, Robert 
Vandam n. Hudson 1821-1822 

Reason n. Herring 1823 

Arden n. Herring 1824 

Sprowll, Robert, pianoforte maker 
Herring n. Jones 1825-1826 



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1827-1829 
1830-1831 

1832-1833 
1834 

1835 

1834 



1834 



Sprowll, Robert, piano-maker 
Bowery n. Tenth 
Bowery n. Ninth 
Sprowl, Robert, pianomaker 
Bowery n. Ninth 
443 Bowery 
Sprowll, Robert, pianomaker 

rear 140 Sullivan 
Staniford, Daniel, pianomaker 

Avenue 3d n. 25th 
Stealy, Jacob, pianomaker 

Twenty second n. Avenue 3 
Stevens, John R., musical inst. maker 

112 Chambers 1825 

148 Chambers 1826-1827 

271 Greenwich 1828-1829 . 

Stevens, John R., musical inst. maker 

not in 1830 
73 Hudson 1831 

114 Warren 1832 

Stodart, Adam, lithographer 

1 Wall, h. 114 Troy 1835 

Stodart, Adam, pianomaker 

375 Broadway, h. , Fourth 1836 

375 Broadway, h. 76 Orchard 1837 

375 Broadway 1838 

361, h. 461 Broadway 1839-1840 

361 Broadway, h. 77 Avenue 3d 1841-1842 
Stodart, Adam, pianofortes 
361 Broadway, h. 77 Avenue 3d 1843-1844 
87 E. 13th & 361 Broadway, h. 77 

Avenue 3d 1845 

Stodart, Adam, pianos 
87 E. 13th & 361 Broadway, h. 77 

Avenue 3d 1846-1847 

343 Broadway & 111 Av. 4, h. Ill 

Av. 4 1848 

343 Broadway & 15 & 21 Tenth, h. 
Ill Av. 4. 1849 

Stodart, Adam & Co., pianofortes 
343 Broadway & 19 Tenth, h. 85 Mac- 
Dougal 1850 

Stodart, Adam & Co., pianos 
343 Broadway, 15 and 21 Tenth & W. 

35th n. Av. 8, bds. Clarendon hotel 1851 
325 Broadway, 15 & 21 Tenth & W. 
35th n. Av. 8, h. 200 W. 14th 1852-1853 
Stodart, Adam, pianos 
325 Broadway, 15 & 21 Tenth & W. 
35th b. Eighth & Ninth avs., h. 200 
W. 14th 1854 

15 Tenth, W. 35th bet. Eighth & Ninth 

avs. & 501 Broadway, h. 200 W. 14th 1855 
501 Broadway & 194 W. 35th, h. 212 

W. 14th 1856-1859 

506 B'way & 194 W. 35th, h. 212 W. 

14th 1860 

506 B'way & 322 W. 35th, h. 212 W. 
14th 1861-1862 



Stodart, Adam, pianos, continued 
526 B'way & 322 W. 35th, h. 212 W. 

14th 1863 

524 B'way & 322 W. 35th, h. 212 W. 

14th 1864 

Stodart, Adam 

1 Irving pi. 1865 

Stodart, Adam, pianos 
684 B'way 1866 

Stodart, Adam 
h. 651 Lex. av. 1867 

Stodart, Adam, pianos 
684 B'way, h. 747 Lex. av. 1868-1869 

Stodart, Adam, pianos not in 1870 

Stodart, Adam 
h. 747 Lex. av. 1871-1872 

Stodart, Ellen, wid. Adam 
h. 747 Lex. av. 1873-1874 

Stodart, Marcia L. wid. Adam 
h. 747 Lex. av. 1875 

Stodart, Worcester & Dunham, pianos 
375 Broadway 1836-1838 

361 Broadway 1839-1844 

Stodart & Dunham, pianos 
361 Broadway & 87 E. 13th 1845-1847 

343 Broadway 1848 

Stodart, A. & Co. 
501 Broadway 1855 

Stodart & Morris, pianos 
501 Broadway & 194 W. 35th 1856 

501 Broadway & 194 W. 35th & 200 

W. 34th 1857 

501 Broadway & 194 W. 35th 1858-1859 

506 Broadway & 194 W. 35th 1860 

506 Broadway & 322 W. 35th 1861-1862 
526 Broadway & 322 W. 35th 1863 

524 Broadway & 322 W. 35th, c. 

Spring 1864 

Stodart & Morris, manufacturers of the 
"Stodart" pianoforte 
684 B'way & 322 W. 35th 1865 

Stodart & Morris, manufacturers of the 
"Stodart" pianoforte 
warerooms 684 B'way, factory W. 34 

& 35th st. near Eighth av. 1866-1867 

Stodart & Morris, pianos 
684 B'way 1868 

684 B'way & 479 First av. 1869 

Stodart & Morris, pianos not in 1870-1871 

Stodart Piano Fortes 
684 Broadway 1872 

no. 17 Union sq. 1873-1875 

Stratton, Eliphalet, pianomaker 
234 Orange 1832 

117 Sullivan 1833 

Stratton, Eliphalet, cabinetmaker 
446, h. 470 Broome 1834 

326 Bowery 1835 



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Suydam, Israel, ploughmaker 

197 Grand 
Suydam, Israel, cabinet maker 

104 Allen 
Suydam, Israel, piano maker 

230 Broome 



1833 
1834 

1835 



Tallman, John, cabinet-maker 

15 Barclay 1825 

Tallman, John, pianoforte-maker 

15 Barclay 1826-1833 

Tallman, John, pianomaker 

15 Barclay 1834-1835 

Thomas. Daniel, cabinet maker 

87 Warren 1816-1820 

Thomas, Daniel, piano forte maker 

15 Barclay, h. 87 Warren 1821 

87 Warren 1822-1830 

Thomas, Daniel, pianomaker 

89 Warren 1831-1833 

87 Warren 1834-1835 
Thompson, Jesse, mus. inst. mak. 

108 Reed, h. 77 Chapel 1827-1828 

Thompson, Jesse, grocer 

41 Macdougal 1829 

Thompson, Jesse, grocer not in 1830 

Thompson, Jesse, pianomaker 

409 B'way, h. 221 Church 1831 

Thompson, Zacharias, pianomaker 

Avenue 3d n. 24th " 1834-1835 

Thurston, Jasper, pianomaker 

259 William 1829-1830 

120 Duane 1831 

88 Chrystie ' 1832 
259 William 1833-1834 
259 William, h. 38 Wooster 1835 

Thurston, J., pianoforte mak. 

Duane c. Chatham 1820 

Thurston, Joshua, pianoforte mak. 

Chatham c. Duane 1821-1822 

48 Chatham, h. Duane c. William 1823 

10 Duane 1824-1825 

259 William 1826-1835 

Thurston, Peter K., pianoforte-maker 

56 Sullivan 1827 

Thurston, Peter R., pianoforte-maker 

56 Sullivan 1828 

Thurston, Peter R., pianomaker 

60 Sullivan 1829 

Thurston, Peter K., pianomaker 

60 Sullivan 1830 

Thurston, Peter K., cabinet-mak. 

152 Crosby, h. 199 Laurens 1831 

620 Broadway 1832 

Torp & Love, pianomakers 

465 Broadway 1836-1837 

Torp & Unger, pianomakers 

229 Broadway 1838-1839 



Tremaine, Charles M. See Part II. 
Tremaine, C. M. & Brother. See Part II. 
Tremaine, William B. See Part II. 
Turk, A., turner and musical instrument- 
maker 
24 Nassau 1787 

Turk, Abraham, turner and musical in- 
strument-maker 
24 Nassau 1789 

Turk, Ahasuerus, turner and musical in- 
strument-maker 
24 Nassau 1790 

61 Maiden Lane and house corner of 

Nassau and John 1791 

Turk, Ahashuerus, turner and musical 
instrument-maker 
61 Maiden Lane and house corner of 

John & Nassau 1792 

Turk, Ahashuerus, turner & musical in- 
strument maker 
corner of John and Nassau 1793 

Turk, Ahashuerus, jun., turner & musical 
instrument maker 
61 Maiden Lane 1793 

Turk, Ahashuerus, musical instrument 
maker 
35 Nassau 1794 

Turk, Ahasuerus, jun., musical instru- 
ment maker 
49 Broad 1794 

Turk, Ahasuerus, turner and musical in- 
strument maker 

35 Nassau 1795 
Turk, Ahasuerus, ivory turner 

36 Corner of Nassau & John 1796 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner and musical in- 
strument maker 

35 Nassau 1797 

Turk, Ahasuerus, turner, etc. 
35 Nassau 1798-1805 

Turk, widow of Ahasuerus 
35 Nassau 1806 

Turner, Richard, pianoforte maker 

Bedford n. Burton 1826 

57 Bedford 1827 

Twenty-eight n. 3d Av. 1828-1829 

Turner, Richard, pianoforte maker not in 1830 

Turner, Richard, piano maker 
142 Elm 1831-1833 

66 Sullivan 1834-1835 

Twombly, Israel, reed manuf. 

Greene c. Grand 1829-1830 

7 Cornelia 1831 

Wombly, Israel, reed manuf. 
7 Cornelia 1832 

Wombly, Israel, reed manuf. not in 1833 

Twombly, Israel, clothier 

193 Washington, h. 7 Cornelia 1834 



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Unger, Ferdinand. See Part I. 
Utt, Peter, mus. inst. maker 



Greenwich Rd 


1795 


-1796 


76 Barclay 




1797 


Chamber 




1798 


90 Chamber 




1799 


Utt, Peter, mus. inst. maker not 


in 1800-1806 


Utt, Peter, shipmaster 






49 N. Moore 




1807 


Utt, Peter N., shipmaster 






47 N. Moore 




1808 


Utt, Peter N., tavern 






18 First 




1809 


Utt, Peter, porterhouse 






20 James 




1810 


Utt, Peter N. 






245 Water 




1811 


Utt, Peter N., teacher of musick 






506 Pearl 




1812 


Utt, Peter N., teacher of musick 






not 


in 1813-1817 


Utt, Peter N., coffeehouse 






Washington market 


1818-18, 


Utt, Peter N. 






Chapel n. Robinson 




1821 


171 Duane 




1822 


Utt, Peter N. not 


in 1823 


-1826 


Utt, Peter N., teacher music 






19 Warren 


1827 


-1828 


Vallate & Co., musical instrument makers 




135 William 


1816-1817 


Vallote, L., musical instrument makers 




135 William 




1818 


Vallote and Lett, musical instrument 




makers 






135 William 




1819 


Vallote, Lette & Co., musical instrument 




makers 






135 William 




1820 


Vanderbeck, Abraham, pianoforte 


m. 




48 Grand 




1828 


115 Orange 




1829 


Vanderbeck, John, mus. inst. mak. 






166 Essex 




1832 


Vanderbeck, John V., mus. inst. mak. 




126 First 




1833 


Vanderbeck, John V. 






282 Second, h. 400 Third 




1834 


282 Second 




1835 


Vanderbeck, John V. 


not in 


1836 


Vanderbeck, John, mus. insts. 






284 Second 




1837 


113^2 Rivington 




1838 


113^4 Stanton 


1839-1* 


Vanderbeck, John, mus. insts. 


not in 


■ 1842 


Vanderbeck, John, manf. musical instru's. 




113K Stanton 


1843- 


-1844 



Vanderbeck, jr. James, mus. inst. m. 

1 Centre, h. 75 North 1833 

273J^ Houston 1834 

189 Mott 1835 

193 Mott 1836 

Vanderbeck, jr. James, mus. inst. m. 

not in 1837-1842 

Vanderbeck, John, mus. inst's r. 

1 Franklin sq., h. 117 Stanton 1843 

1 Franklin sq., h. 162 Essex 1844 

Vanderbeek, Alfred H., music and piano- 
forte ware rooms 
143 Broadway, h. 145 E. 13th 1853 

Vanderbeck, William 
385 Broadway 1840 

Vanderbeck, William not in 1841-1842 

Vanderbeek, William 

158 Franklin 1843 

Vanderbeek, William not in 1844 

Vanderbeek, William, music 
201 Broadway 1845 

385 Broadway, h. 317 G.wich 1846 

Vanderbeek, William, music not in 1847 

Vanderbeek, William, agent 
479 Broadway, h. 51 N. Moore 1848 

Vanderbeek, William, music and piano- 
forte ware rooms 
479 B'way, h. 51 N. Moore 1849 

Vanderbeek, William, music 
479 Broadway 1850 

Vanderbeek, William, music and piano- 
forte ware rooms 
479 B'way, h. 44 North Moore 1851 

479 Broadway, h. 145 E. 13th 1852 

843 Broadway, h. 145 E. 13th 1853 

Vanderbeek & Son, music and pianoforte 
ware rooms 1 
843 Broadway 1853 

Vanderbeek, William, music 
831 Broadway, h. 119 E. 13th 1854 

831 Broadway, h. 38 W. 21st 1855 

Vanderbeek, William 

831 Broadway, h. 38 W. 21st 1856 

140 Pearl, h. 831 B'way 1857 



Wagstaff, Thomas, organbuilder 

99 Reade 
Wale, jr., John, organbuilder 

569 Greenwich 
Wale, jr., John, cabinet maker 

569 Greenwich 
Wale, William, cabinetmaker 

83 Murray 

Wale, William, cabinetmaker not in 1815-1816 
Wale, William, musical instrumentmaker 

83 Murray 1817-1826 



1 Classified Directory of 1853 spells it Vanderbeck 
and adds 57 E. 13th to 843 Broadway address. 



1833-1835 



1828 



1829-1830 



1813-1814 



INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND DEALERS 



1 



Wale, William, pianoforte-maker 
569 Greenwich 1827-1830 

Wale, William, pianomaker 
Hudson n. Canal 1831 

569 Greenwich 1832-1835 

Wale, William H., piano maker 
88 King 1830 

Hudson n. Canal 1831 

Wale, William H, jr., carpenter 
29 Rose 1832 

469 Washington 1833 

Walker, Daniel, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1829-1831 

Walker, Daniel & John, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1832-1835 

Walker, Daniel, music store 
23 Maiden-lane 1836-1842 

Walker, Daniel, pianos 
23 Maiden-lane, h. 27 Cortlandt 1843 

19 Maiden-lane, h. 38 W. 14th 1844 

44 W. Fourteenth & 411 Broadway, h. 

27 Cortlandt 1845-1846 

411 Broadway, h. 83 Twelfth 1847 

413 Broadway, h. 268 Washington, 

B'klyn 1848 

413 Broadway & 325 Bowery, h. 325 

Bowery 1849 

Walker, Daniel, pianofortes 
413 Broadway, h. 304 Mulberry, Wes- 
ley pi. 1850 

Walker, Daniel, pianos 
413 Broadway, h. 304 Mulberry 1851 

413 B'way, h. 37 E. 28th 1852 

535 B'way, h. 304 Mulberry 1853 

Walker, Daniel, pianofortes 
535 B'way, h. 304 Mulberry 1854 

Walker, Daniel, pianos 
6 Astor pi. & 136 Eighth, h. 304 Mul- 
berry 1855-1856 
6 Astor pi., h. 304 Mulberry 1857 
1 Clinton Hall, & 6 Astor pi., h. 304 

Mulberry 1858 

6 Astor pi., h. 304 Mulberry 1859 

Walker, Daniel, treas. 
769 B'way 1860 

Walker, Daniel, pianos 
Clinton Hall, h. S. I. 1861 

1 Clinton Hall, h. 108 Bleecker 1862 

1 Clinton Hall, h. S. I. 1863-1864 

1 Clinton Hall, h. 2 Nelson pi. 1865 

1 Clinton Hall, h. N. J. 1866 

1 Clinton Hall, h. 62 Seventh 1867 

47 E. 12th, h. 120 E. 30th 1868-1869 

h. 120 E. 30th r 1870 

Walker, John, pianomaker 
38 W. Fourteenth 1841-1842 

411 B'way & 38 Fourteenth 1843-1844 

411 B'way 1845 

Walker, John, pianomaker not in 1846 



Walker, John, pianos 

411 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1847 

413 Broadway 1848 

413 Broadway & 325 Bowery 1849 

Walker, John, pianofortes 

413 B'way, h. 13 Murray 1850 

Walker, John, pianofortes not in 1851 

Walker, John, pianos 

413 B'way 1852 

Walker, John, pianos not in 1853 

Walker, John, pianofortes 

535 B'way 1854 

Walker, John, pianos 
6 Astor pi. & 136 Eighth, h. Brook- 
lyn 1855 
6 Astor pi. & 136 Eighth, h. 304 Mul- 
berry 1856 
6 Astor pi., h. 304 Mulberry 1857-1859 

Walker, John, pianos not in 1860-1861 

1 Clinton Hall 1862 

1 Clinton Hall, h. 141 Ninth 1863-1864 

1 Clinton Hall, h. 2 Nelson pi. 1865 

I Clinton Hall, h. Eng. 1866 

1 Clinton Hall 1867 
47 E. 12th, h. 17 University pi. 1868-1870 

47 E. 12th, 45 W. 11th 1871 

h. University pi. 1872 

Walker, J. & D., pianos 

411 Broadway, & 44 W. 14th 1845 

Walker, J. & D., pianos not in 1846 

411 Broadway 1847 

413 Broadway 1848 

413 Broadway & 325 Bowery 1849 

Walker, J. & D., pianofortes 

413 Broadway 1850 

Walker, J. & D., pianos 

413 Broadway 1851-1852 

535 Broadway 1853 

Walker, J. & D., pianofortes 

535 Broadway 1854 

Walker, J. & D., pianos 

6 Astor pi. & 136 Eighth 1855-1856 

6 Astor pi. 1857 

1 Clinton Hall 1858 

1 Clinton Hall & 6 Astor pi. 1859 

Walker, J. & D., pianofortes 

6 Astor pi. & 136 Eighth 1860 

Walker, J. & D., pianos 

Clinton Hall 1861 

1 Clinton Hall 1862-1864 
1 Clinton Hall (Astor pi. & Eighth) 1865 

1 Clinton Hall 1866 

Walker, J. & D., pianoforte warerooms 

1 Clinton Hall 1867 

Walker, J. & D., pianos 

47 E. 12th 1868-1870 

Walker, J. & D., pianos not in 1871 

Walker Brothers, pianos 

47 E. 12th 1872-1875 



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Walker, Joseph, piano forte maker 

19 Barclay 1810 

Warner, William, piano-forte mak. 

Grand n. Broadway 1819 

Warner and Hyde, piano-forte mak. 

Grand n. Broadway 1819 

Warner, William, piano-forte mak. 

17 Dominick 1820 
489 Greenwich 1821-1826 
427 Washington 1827-1828 

18 Renwick 1829 
Warner, William, piano maker 

18 Renwick 1830 

477 Greenwich 1831-1832 

Warner, Sarah, widow of Wm., piano maker 
473 Greenwich 1833- 

Warriner, Charles D., pianos 
26 Wooster, h. B'klyn 1857-1859 

Warriner, Charles D., pianos not in 1860 

Warriner, Charles F., pianos 
467 Broome, h. B'klyn 1861 

Warriner, Charles F., pianos 
467 Broome, h. E. 52nd n. Fourth av. 1862 
h. E. 52d n. Fourth av. 1863 

Warriner, Daniel C, bookkeeper 
43 Grand 1848 

Warriner, Daniel C, pianos 
315 Broadway, h. 43 Grand 1849 

315 Broadway, h. 167 Av. 10 1850 

300 Broadway, h. 167 Av. 10 1851 

300 Broadway, h. 47 Grand 1852_ 

Warriner, Daniel C, pianos not in 1853 

505 Broadway, h. 47 Grand 1854 

505 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1855 

Warriner, David C, acct. 

505 Broadway, h. Brooklyn 1856 

Warriner, David C, acct. not in 1857 

Warriner, Daniel C. 
467 Broome, h. 90 Ffoyt, B'klyn 1858 

Warriner, Daniel C, broker 
33 Pine, h. 309 Sackett, B'klyn 1859 

Warriner, Daniel C, sec. 

467 Broome, & 24 Wooster, h. B'klyn 1860 

Warriner, Daniel C, pianos 
467 Broome, h. B'klyn 1861 

467 Brome, h. E. 52d n. Fourth av. 1862 

Warriner, Daniel C, iron 
h. E. 52d n. Fourth av. 1863 

Waters, Charles, cabinet maker 
37 Sullivan 1832 

Waters, Charles, cabinet maker not in 1833 

Waters, Charles, pianomaker 
234 Grand 1834 

101 Allen 1835 

Waters, Horace, pianos 
447 Broadway 1850 

447 & 333 Broadway, h. 57 High, 

Brooklyn 1851 

333 Broadway, h. 231 Tenth 1852 



Waters, Horace, pianos, continued 
333 Broadway, h. 10 Harrison, Brook- 
lyn * 1853 
333 Broadway, h. 10 Harrison 1854 
Waters, Horace, pianos, music, melodeons 
& musical instruments 
333 Broadway, h. 10 Harrison, B'klyn 1855 
Waters, Horace, agent, pianos, melodeons, 
harmoniums, music & musical instru- 
ments 
333 Broadway, h. 10 Harrison, Brook- 
lyn 1856 
Waters, Horace, music store, agents for 
Gilbert's & Chickering's pianos and 
melodeons 
333 Broadway, h. 10 Harrison, B'klyn 1857 
Waters, Horace, agt. pianos, melodeons 
& music 
333 B'way, h. 10 Harrison B'klyn 1858 
Waters, Horace, music 

333 B'way, h. 10 Harrison, B'klyn 1859 

Waters, Horace, pianos 

333 B'way 1860 

Waters, Horace, agent, pianos, melodeons 
& music 
481 B'way, h. B'klyn 1861 

Waters, Horace, pianos, melodeons & 
music 
481 B'way, h. 10 Harrison, B'klyn 1862 
Waters, Horace, pianos 

481 B'way, h. 10 Harrison, B'klyn 1863-1864 
Waters, Horace, pianos, melodeons & 
music 
481 B'way & 48 Mercer, h. 10 Har- 
rison, B'klyn 1865 
Waters, Horace, music 

481 B'way, h. 10 Harrison, B'klyn 1866 
Waters, Horace, & Co., pianos 
481 B'way, h. 98 Pierrepont, B'klyn 1867 
481 Broadway, & 48 Mercer, h. 98 Pier- 

pont, B'klyn 1868 

Waters, Horace, pianos 
481 Broadway & 48 Mercer, h. 98 Pierre- 
pont, B'klyn 1869-1870 
Waters, Horace, melodeons 

481 Broadway 1871 

Waters, Horace, organs 

481 B'way 1871 

Waters, Horace, pianos 

481 B'way, h. 126 Pierrepont, B'klyn 1871 
Waters, Horace, pianos melodeons, organs, 
sheetmusic & music books 
481 B'way & 48 Mercer, h. 126 Pierre- 
pont, B'klyn 1872 

1 Ad. says, "Mr. Waters has also purchased the entire 
stock of music Plates and copyrights of James M. 
Jacques, C. G. Christman, T. H. Doughty, Cummings 
and others" etc. 



INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND DEALERS 



83 



Waters, Horace, pianos 
481 B'way, h. 126 Pierrepont, B'klyn 

1873-1875 
Waters, Horace & Son, pianos, melodeons, 
organs, sheetmusic & music books 
481 B'way & 48 Mercer 1873 

Waters, Horace & Son, pianos, organs, 
sheetmusic & music books 
481 B'way & 48 Mercer 1874 

481 B'way & 54 Mercer 1875 

Waters, Horace, jr., pianos 
481 B'way, h. 126 Pierrepont, B'klyn 

1873-1875 
Waters & Berry, pianos 

447 and 333 Br'way 1851 

Watts, Charles, cabinet and mus. inst. 
maker 
29 Broad 1789 

Watts, Charles, cabinet and mus. inst. 

maker not in 1790-1796 

Watts, Charles, musician 

116 Flymarket 1797 

Watts, Charles 

116 Flymarket 1798 

Wentworth, Richard H., piano-maker 

115 Sullivan 1831 

124 Walker 1832 

46 Crosby 1833-1835 

Western, Thomas, patent pianoforte maker 

13 Wall 1794 

14 Wall 1795 
Western, Thomas, patent pianoforte maker 

not in 1796 
Western, Thomas, patent piano-forte maker 

64 Maiden L. 1797 

Western, Thomas, piano-forte maker 

64 Maiden L. 1798-1799 

Western, Thomas, dry good store 

60 Chatham 1800 

Western, Thomas 

55 Maiden-lane 1801 

Western, Thomas, livery stabler 

55 Maiden L. 1802-1803 

Western, Thomas 

55 Maiden Lane 1804 

Western, Thomas not in 1805-1807 

95 Maiden-lane 1808 

53 Maiden-lane 1809-1812 

Western, Thomas not in 1813 

Western & Son, Thomas, organ & piano 
makers 

15 Warren 1814 
Western & Son, Thomas, pianoforte 

mukprs 

104 Water 1815-1818 

Western, Thomas 

104 Water 1819 

Westfield, John, pianomaker 

11 Thompson 1832 



Whaites, Arch, mus. inst. maker 
89 Queen 1793 

Whaites, Archibald, mus. inst. maker 
382 Pearl 1794 

Wine St. Bowery - 1795 

Winne St. Bowery 1796 

19 Barclay 1797 

Whaites & Chartres, piano-forte makers 

19 Barclay 1797-1804 

Whaites, Archibald, mus. inst. maker 

Winne 1799-1801 

Whaites, , piano-forte maker 

19 Barclay 1805-1806 

Whaites, Archibald, piano-forte maker 

19 Barclay, h. 262 Bowery 1807 

Whaites, Arch., piano-forte maker 
262 Bowery 1808-1809 

Mottn. Spring 1810-1811 

Whaites, Arch., piano-forte 
262 Bowery 1812-1815 

Whaites, widow of Arch., piano-forte 
262 Bowery 1816 

Wheeler, Lewis, piano-maker 
31 Second 1829-1830 

Wheeler, Lewis B., piano-maker 
31 Second 1831-1832 

201 Broadway 1833 

201 Broadway, h. 31 Av. 2d 1834 

35 Second 1835 

White, John, piano maker 
92 Mott 1827 

Whiting, Luther, piano-forte maker 

123 Elm 1823 

133 Elm 1824 

199 Mulberry 1825 

192 Mulberry 1826-1828 

195, h. 192 Mulberry 1829 

234 North 1830 

Whiting, Luther, pianomaker 

Bowery c. Ninth 1831 

Ninth n. Broadway 1832-1833 

Wilkie, Francis, piano maker 
215 Mulberry 1827 

Wilkie, Francis, pianoforte maker 
73 Amos 1828-1829 

Wilkie, Francis, pianomaker 
95 Thompson 1830 

Willison, John, pianoforte maker 
244 Duane 1825 

Willison, John, pianoforte maker not in 1826 

Willison, John, pianoforte manuf. 
244 Duane 1827 

276 Pearl, h. 22 Cherry 1828 

Wombly, Israel. See Twombly. 

Wood, George, carpenter 

151 Spring 1830 

Wood, George, piano maker 
22 Fifth 1831-1832 

Wood, George, piano maker not in 1833 



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Wood, George, pianomaker 
Fourteenth n. Avenue 6th 1834 

Wood, Robert, pianomaker 

199 Hester 1834 

rear 112 Orange 1835 

Worcester, Henry, piano manufacturer 
137 E. 14th 1853 

Worcester, Henry, piano manufacturer 

not in 1854-1865 

Worcester, H'y E., pianos 

Third av., h. 39 Irving pi. 1866 

Worcester, Henry E., pianos 

117 Third av., h. 39 Irving pi. 1867 

Worcester, Henry E., pianomkr. 
h. 39 Irving pi. 1868 

Worcester, Henry E. 
h. 39 Irving pi. 1869-1872 

Worcester, Henry E., pianos 
h. 161 E. 23d 1873 

127 Third av., h. 161 E. 23d 1874-1875 

Worcester, Horatio, pianomaker 
8 Warren 1834 

Sixth n. Avenue 2d 1835-1837 

375 Broadway, h. Sixth n. Avenue 2d 1838 
361 B'way, h. 7teenth, n. Av. 3d 1839 

361 B'way, h. 17th n. Av. 3d 1840-1841 

361 B'way, h. Irving-place 1842 

Worcester, Horatio, pianos 
361 B'way, h. 39 Irving place 1843-1844 



Worcester, Horatio, piano manuf. 

139 Av. 3, h. 39 Irving place 1845-1846 

137 Av. 3, h. 39 Irving place 1847 

Worcester, Horatio, pianoforte manu- 
facturer 

137 Av. 3, h. 39 Irving place, 1848 

Worcester, Horatio, pianofortes 

137 Av. 3, h. 39 Irving place 1849 

Worcester, Horatio, pianoforte manu- 
factory & salesroom 

E. 14th c. Av. 3, h. 39 Irving pi. 1850 

Worcester, Horatio, pianofortes 

E. 14th, c. Av. 3, h. 39 Irving pi. 1851-1854 
Worcester, Horatio, pianos 

137 Third av., h. 39 Irving pi. 1855 

117 Third av., h. 39 Irving pi. 1856-1868 
Worcester, Horatio 

h. 39 Irving pi. 1869-1872 

Wright, William. See Part I. 
Wundermann, Philip A. See Part II. 

Young, John, piano maker 
326 Bowery 1832 

Zwahlen, Lewis, mus. inst. mak. 
250 William 1831 

15 Rose 1832-1833 

43 Ann, h. 24 James 1834 

Zwahlen, Lewis, surgical pumpmaker 
43 Ann, h. 24 James 1835 



PART IV 

Dancers and Dancing Teachers 



Achille, S., dancer 

84 Walker 1829 

Achille, S., dancer not in 1830 

84 Walker 1831-1832 

Bacheliers, Mrs., drawing academy 

74 Reed 1819 

Bacheliers, Mrs., drawing academy not in 1820 
Bacheliers, Mrs., dancing academy 

74 Reed 1821 
Reed c. Broadway 1822 

Berault, Lamiche, dancing master 
52 Reed 1800 

Berault, Lamiche, dancing master 

not in 1801-1802 

Berault, Charles 
52 Reed 1803-1804 

48 Reed 1805 

Berault, Charles, dancing master 
14 Vandewater 1806 

14 or 16 Vandewater 1807 

Berault, Charles, dancing master 

not in 1808-1811 
10 Jay 1812 

Berault, Charles, dancing master not in 1813 

Berault, Charles 
300 Greenwich 1814-1816 

31 Cortlandt 1817-1818 

Berault, Charles not in 1819-1821 

Berault, Charles, teacher of dancing 
146 Fulton 1822 

Berault, Charles, teacher of dancing not in 1823 

Berault, Charles, professor of dancing 

144 Fulton 1824-1827 

152 Fulton 1828-1830 

105 Hudson 1831 

Houston c. Mulberry 1832 

Berault, Charles, professor of dancing 

not in 1833-1834 
Mulberry near Bleecker 1835 

Bossieux, John, dancing school 

Broadway c. Reed, h. 127 Spring 1826 

Broadway c. Reed, h. 53 Crosby 1827 

Bossieux, John 
6th Ave. c. Sixth 1828 

Charreaud, John, dancing master 
54 Maiden-lane 1812 

Charreaud, John, dancing master 

not in 1813-1814 

Charruaud, John, dancing master 
Broadway c. Cedar 1815 

Charruaud, John, dancing master 

not in 1816-1818 

Charruaud, John, professor of dancing 
47 Murray 1819 

75 Warren 1820 
Charraud, John, professor of dancing 

75 Warren 1821 



Charruaud, John, professor of dancing 
24 White 1822-1823 

Charuaud, John, professor of dancing 
24 White 1824-1826 

20 White 1827 

Charruaud, John, dancing master 
20 White 1828 

24 White 1829-1830 

20 White 1831-1832 

24 White 1833 

20 White 1834 

24 White 1835 

Conway, , dancing master 

22 Duane 1826 

Conway, E. H., dancing master 
22 Duane, c. Chatham 1827 

169 Mott 1828 

Conway, Edmund H., dancing master 
169 Mott 1829-1830 

404 Broadway 1831-1834 

406 Broadway 1835 

Coulon, George M., teacher dancing, etc. 
169 Mott 1827 

Degrandvil, George, teacher of dancing 
Masonic Hall 1832 

Degrandval, Guion, teacher of dancing 
17 Lispenard 1833-1834 

379 Broome 1835 

Dodworth, Allen. See Part I. 

Duport, P. L., profession of dancing 
no address 1808 

Duport, P. L., professor of dancing 
344 Broadway 1809 

Durua, Peter, dancing master 
58 Chapel 1822 

Durua, Peter, dancing master not in 1823 

9 Barclay 1824 

Gentil, Peter F. See Part I. 

Gilbert, Peter, fencing and dancing master 
52 Ann 1800 

Hulett, H. John, dancing master 
15 Little Queen 1787 

Hulet, John H. 
15 Little Queen 1789 

Hulet, John H. not in 1790 

Hulett, John H., dancing master 
15 Little Queen 1791 

14 Little Queen 1792-1793 
12 Cedar 1794-1795 

Hulet, John H., dancing master 

12 Cedar 1796 

Hulett, John Hamilton, dancing master 

12 Cedar 1797-1804 

Hulett, John H., dancing master 

15 Cedar 1805-1810 



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Hulett, David, dancing master 

15 Cedar 1811 

Hulett, David D., dancing master 

15 Cedar 1812-1815 

17 Cedar 1816-1819 

Hulett, David D., dancing master 

not in 1820-1821 
Hulett, David, teacher of dancing 

60 William 1822-1824 

Hulett, David 

57 Forsyth 1825 

Kelly, George, dancing-master 

436 Washington 1829 

Greenwich 1830 

76 Sullivan 1831 

Labasse, , dancing mast. 

Broadway c. Reed 1824 

Lalliet, , dancing academy 

8 Fair 1809-1810 

Lannay, Jr. P. A., dancing master 

208 Broadway 1830 

Lannay, Pierre, pension francais 

152 Fulton 1831-1832 

Lannay, Pierre, prof, dancing 

351 Grand 1832-1833 

24 Barrow 1834 

Mallet, Francis. See Part I. 
Martin, Angelica. See Part I. 
Mitchell, James, dancing master 

278 Greenwich 1798 

Mitchell, James, dancing master not in 1799 
Mitchell, James, laborer 

47 Chatham 1800 

Mitchell, James 

332 Greenwich 1801 

Mitchell, James, musician 

Duane 1802 

Mitchell, James, musician not in 1803 

Mitchell, James, teacher 

Provost 1804 

Mitchell, James, accountant 

Division 1805 

Mitchell, J., hotel & dancing-master 

31 & 33 Nassau 1806 

Mitchell, James 

63 Chatham 1807 

Mitchell, James, dancing-master 

144 Division 1808 

Parker, John, dancing master 

5 Division 1828 

Picken, dancing master 

1 Smith 1786 
Picken, dancing master not in 1787-1788 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

Lumber near Crown 1789-1790 

2 Lombard near Crown 1791 

2 Lumber 1792-1793 

3 Lumber 1794-1795 
Picken, widow, Mary, schoolmistress 

3 Lumber 1796 



Trust, Eliza, teacher dancing 

93 Bowery, h. Brooklyn 1831 
Trust, J. W., dancing master 

218 Broadway 1833 
Ulick, Wm., dancing master 

29 John 1786 
Verbeque, L., dancing master 

54 Maiden lane 1809 
Verbeque, L., dancing master not in 1810 
Verbecq, Augustus, dancing master 

54 Maiden lane 1811 
Weldon, Ira, dancing master 

63 Partition ■ 1807 

73 Division 1808 

68 Anthony 1809 
Weldon, Ira, music master 

142 Bedlow 1810 

38 Charlotte 1811 

28 Lombardy 1812 

Grand n. Cannon 1813-1814 

West, Mrs. W., dancing teacher 1 

6 Hester 1818 

Whale, Thomas, dancing master 

56 Chapel 1813-1814 

Whale, Thomas, dancing master 

not in 1815-1816 

22 Vandewater 1817 

Whale, Thomas, dancing master not in 1818 

1 Harrison 1819 

Whale, Thomas, dancing master 

not in 1820-1829 

Whale, , dancing master 

17 Jay 1830 

Whale, Thomas, dancing master 

268 Bleecker 1831 

268 East Broadway 1832 

268 Eastbroadway 1833-1834 

404 Grand 1835 

Wood, Thompson, dancing-school 

114 Wooster 1830 

Wright, Charles, teacher dancing 

55 Orange 1827 
Wright, Charles, teacher dancing 

not in 1828-1831 

27 Clinton 1832 

106 Allen 1833 

209 Houston 1834 

209 Houstoun 1835 

Yvonnet, John, tobacconist 

80 Pump 1811 

102 Bowery 1812 

Rhynders 1813 

Yvonnet, John, dancing master 

69 Chapel 1814 
Yvonnet, John 

69 Chapel 1815 

13 Leonard 1816 

1 Address from large ad. in front of 1818 directory. 



APPENDIX I 



Chronological List of All Firms and Individuals 
Connected with Music, 1 786-18 11 



1786 

Dodds, T., organ and mus. inst. maker 

76 Queen 
Picken, , dancing master 

1 Smith 
Ulick, William, dancing master 

29 John 



1787 

Dodds, Thomas, musical instrument-maker 

66 Queen 
Hulett, H. John, dancing master 

15 Little Queen 
Johnson, Andrew, musician 

Dyes 
Turk, A., turner and musical instrument 
maker 

24 Nassau 



1788 
No directory 

1789 

Capron, Henry, music master 

24 Gold 
Claus, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

Partition 
Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker and mahogany 
merchant 

66 Queen 
Ferch, Melchior, musician, at the Apollo 

Bowery Lane 
Gilfert, George, organist 

64 Nassau 
Harvey, Joseph, musician 

Chambers 
Hoffmaster, Wm., musician 

95 Fair 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

Lumber near Crown 
Turk, Abraham, turner & mus. inst. maker 

24 Nassau 
Ulshaffer, George, musician 

39 William 
Watts, Charles, cabinet & mus. inst. maker 

29 Broad 



1790 

Capron, Henry, music master 

66 King 
Claus, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

Dover 
Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker, and mahog- 
any merchant 

66 Queen 
Gilfert, George, organist 

66 Chatham 
Hoffmaster, Wm., musician 

95 Fair 
Jacob, Peter, musician 

Church 
Johnson, John, musicianer 

Crown 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

Lumber near Crown 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner and mus. inst. maker 

24 Nassau 
Ulsheffer, George, musician 

50 Nassau 



1791 

Boyde, George, mus. inst. maker 

54 William 
Claus, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

9 Dover 
Dodds & Claus, mus. inst. makers 

66 Queen 
Earheart, Sebastian, musician 

4 Mulberry 
Foos, George, musician 

Greenwich 
Gabel, Henry, musician 

Bayard 
George, Orion, musician 

13 Broad 
Gilfert, George, tavern-keeper 

66 Chatham 
Harvey, Joseph, musician 

4 Mulberry 
Hoffmaster, Wm., musician 

95 Fair 
Hulett, John H., dancing master 

15 Little Queen 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

Church 
Johnston, John, musician 

Lombard 



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1791, continued 

Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

2 Lombard near Crown 
Rice, John, master of music 

3 Courtlandt 

Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker and turner 

15 Golden-hill 

Turk, Ahasuerus, turner & mus. inst. maker 

61 Aiaiden L. & house corner of Nassau & 
John 
Twells, David, musician 

5 Tryon-row 
Ulshaffer, George, musician 

50 Nassau 
Vanhagen, Peter A., organist 

Barclay 

1792 

Boyd, George, cabinet & mus. inst. maker 

17 Frankfort 
Broderick, Joseph, teacher of mus. 

16 King George 

Claus, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

9 Dover 
Dodds & Claus, mus. inst. makers 

66 Queen 
Dodge, John, musician 

3 Pump, Bowery 

Dodge, Samuel, mus. inst. maker 

17 Frankfort 
Eerhart, John, musician 

4 Mulberry 

Foos, George, musician 

Greenwich 
Gabel, Henry, musician 

Bayard, Bowery 
Gifford, George, organist 

14 Dye 
Hammerman, George, musician 

2 Church 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

95 Fair 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

2 Old Slip 
Hulett, John H., dancing master 

14 Little Queen 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

Church 
Johnston, Andrew, musician 

46 Dye 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

2 Lumber 

Rice, John, master of music 

3 Courtlandt 

Smith, Albert, turner & mus. inst. maker 

15 Golden-hill 

Smith, John, mus. inst. maker 
39 Bowery Lane 



Tracey, Andrew H., musician 

57 Fair 
Turk, Ahashuerus, turner & mus. inst. maker 

61 Maiden-lane & house corner of Nassau & 
John St. 
Twells, David, musician 

102 Water 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

50 Nassau 
Van Hagen, Peter A., organist 

Barclay 

1793 

Chapman, Robert, musician 

Barclay 
Clause, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

9 Dover 
Curtsook, John, musician 

Barclay 
Dodds & Clause, mus. inst. makers 

66 Queen 
Ferris, Milchard, musician 

33 Church 
Foos, George, musician 

32 Church 
Geaval, Henry, musician 

cor. of Wine & Bayard 
Gifford, George, boarding house 

Dye 
Hatton, Wm., mus. inst. maker 

3 Peck-slip 
Hewit, James, musician 

72 Courtlandt 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

4 George 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

2 Old-slip 
Hulett, John H., dancing master 

14 Little Queen 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

27 Church 
Johnston, Andrew, musician 

Barclay 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

2 Lumber 
Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker and turner 

15 Golden-hill 

Smith, John, mus. inst. maker 

Liberty 
Tracev, Andrew H., mus. inst. maker 

57 Fair 
Turk, Ahashuerus, turner & mus. inst. maker 

cor. of Nassau & John 
Turk, Ahashuerus, jun., turner & mus. inst. 
maker 

61 Maiden-lane 
Twells, David, musician 

102 Water 



; 



APPENDIX I 



89 



1793, continued 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

10 Nassau 
Van Hagen, Peter A., organist 

14 Dye 
Whaits, Arch., mus. inst. maker 

89 Queen 



1794 



Amusco, Joseph, musician 

Nicholas St., Bowery 
Bolen, John, oval & round turner & mus. inst. 
maker 

32 Fair 
Brower, Samuel, drum-maker & composition 
fan-light maker 

74 Chatham 
Clause, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

4 Dover 
Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker 

320 Pearl 
Ferg, Melgior, tavern keeper 

22 Church 
Foos, George, musician 

26 George 

Gahel, Henry, musician 

Bayard (Bowery) 
Giffert, George, boarding house 

34 Dey 
Harrison, James, music-seller 

108 Market and house 24 Nassau 
Hatton, William, mus. inst. maker 

358 Bway 
Hewit, James, musician 

137 Front 
Himmelman, George, musician 

27 Church 

Hoffmaster, William, musician 

25 George 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

10 Old-slip 
Hulett, John H., dancing master 

12 Cedar 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

36 Church 
Johnson, John A., musician 

55 Barclay 
Kurtsrurck, John, musician 

Anthony 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

3 Lumber 
Rush, Frederick, musician 

209 Bway 
Russel. Asher, musician 

65 Reed 
Saliment, George E., prof, of mus. 

62 Wall 



Tracey, Andrew H., musician 

217 William 
Turk, Ahashuerus, musical instrument maker 

35 Nassau 

Turk, Ahashuerus, jun., mus. inst. maker 

49 Broad 
Twells, David, cooper 

288 Water 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

19 Dutch 
Van Hagen, Peter A., organist 

near the Collect 
Western, Thomas, patent pianoforte maker 

13 Wall 
Whaites, Archibald, mus. inst. maker 

382 Pearl 

1795 

Carr, Benjamin, mus. & musical inst. seller 

137 William 
Clause, Christian, mus. inst. maker 

4 Dover 
Curtsau, John, musician 

Little Ann near the Collect 
Dodds, Thomas, mus. inst. maker 

320 Pearl 
Gabel, Henry, musician 

corner Bayard & Wine 
Giffert, George and Comp., musical magazine 

209 Bway 
Gilfert, George, organist of the New Dutch 
Church 

34 Dey 
Harrison, James, music & printseller 

58 Maiden L. 
Hatton, William, musical instrument maker 

360 Bway 
Hewit, James, music professor 

1 Lumber 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

187 William 
Holies, Thomas, musician 

10 Old slip 
Hulett, John H, dancing master 

12 Cedar 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

36 Church 

Johnson, John A., musician 

251 Greenwich 
Lilly, Samuel, teacher of languages, mathe- 
matics and music 

117 William 
Melchior, Ferch, musician 

22 Church 
Picken, Andrew, dancing master 

3 Lumber 
Reevling, John, musician 

Bayard, Bowery 



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1795, continued 

Russel, Asher, musician 

46 Church 
Saliment, George E., professor of music 

39 Liberty 
Smith, Albertus, turner & musical instrument 
maker 

86 John 
Tracey, Andrew H., musician 

217 William 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner & musical instrument 
maker 

35 Nassau 
Twells, David, musician 

1 Hague 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

19 Dutch 
Utt, Peter, musical instrument maker 

Greenwich Rd. 
Van Hagen, Peter A., professor of music 

34 Dey 
Western, Thomas, patent piano forte maker 

14 Wall 
Whaites, Archibald, mus. inst. maker 

Wine, Bowery 



1796 

Ames, John, musician 

14 George 
Carr, Benjamin, musical repository 

131 William 
Charters, George, musical instrument maker 

19 Barclay 
Claus, Christian, musical instrument maker 

4 Dover 
Duparge, Luther, musical instrument maker 

159 William 
Foos, George, musician 

corner Catharine & Little Ann 
Gabel, Henry, musician 

corner Wine & Bayard (Bow) 
Gilfert, George, organist to the Dutch Church 

34 Dey 
Gilfert, & Co., musical magazine 

177 Bway 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

187 William 
Howe, William, organbuilder and musick store 

326 Pearl 
Hulet, John, dancing master 

12 Cedar 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

36 Church 
Johnson, John A., musician & tavern 

251 Greenwich 



Latur, Gerard, musical store 

20 Maiden 1. 
Moller, John C, professor of music 

80 Barclay 
Saliment, George E., professor of music 

39 Liberty 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

25 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, turner & musical instrument 
maker 

86 John 
Stansbury, Silas, musician 

58 Chatham 
Tracy, Andrew H., musician 

458 Pearl 
Turk, Ahasuerus, ivory turner 

36 corner of Nassau & John 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician & grocer 

102 Broad 
Utt, Peter, musical instrument maker 

Greenwich rd. 
Van Hagen, Peter R., professor of music 

34 Dey 
Whaites, Archibald, musical instrument maker 

Winne, Bowery 
Whaites & Chartres, musical instrument makers 

19 Barclay 



1797 

Claus, Christian, musical instrument maker 

4 Dover 
Deseze, John, music-teacher 

86 Nassau 
Dodds, Thomas, musical instrument maker 

287 Bway 
Foos, George, musician 

Little Ann 
Gabel, Henry, musician 

Bayard, corner of Winne 
Gilfert, George, organist 

34 Dey 
Gilfert & Co., George, musical magazine 

177 Broadway 
Henry, Mons., musician 

69 Chamber 
Hewitt, James, professor of music 

71 Cedar 
Himmelman, George, musician 

29 Church 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

187 William 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

29 Cheapside 
Howe, William, organ builder and musical in- 
strument store 

320 Pearl 



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1797 , continued 

Hulett, John Hamilton, dancing-master 

12 Cedar 
Jacobi, Peter, musician 

36 Church 
Johnson, John A., musician & tavern 

251 Greenwich 
Loss, Christian, music teacher 

34 Dey 

Moller, John C, professor of music 

58 Vesey 
Myler, William, musician 

29 George 
Pelissier, Victor, musician 

58 Ann 
Rausch, Frederick, musician 

289 Bway 
Reevling, John, musician 

Winne 
Saliment, George E., professor of music 

39 Liberty 
Schwartzholtz, I. C, pianoforte maker 

450 Pearl 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

25 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, turner & musical instrument 
maker 

86 John 
Stansbury, Silas, musician 

384 Pearl 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner & musical instrument 
maker 

35 Nassau 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician & grocer 

3 John 
Utt, Peter, musical instrument maker 

76 Barclay 
Watts, Charles, musician 

116 Flymarket 
Weldon, , teacher of music 

44 Dey 
Western, Thomas, patent piano-forte maker 

64 Maiden-lane 
Whaites, Archibald, musical instrument maker 

19 Barclay 
Whaites & Chartres, pianoforte makers 

19 Barclay 



1798 

Canschat, Michael, instrument maker 

Second 
Claus, Christian, musical instrument maker 

4 Dover 
Cotton, Rowland, composer of music 

Charlotte 



Deseze, John, music teacher 

86 Nassau 
Dupuy, Lewis, musician 

345 Broadway 
Everdell, James, musician 

34 Cedar 
Ferch, M., musician 

24 Church 
Foos, George, musician 

Little Ann 
Gabel, Henry, musician 

Bayard, corner of Winne 
Geib, John, organbuilder 

First 
Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

177 Bway 
Hewitt, James, music store 

131 William 
Hoffman, James H., musician 

307 Washington 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

187 William 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

29 Oliver 
Howe, William, organ builder, etc. 

320 Pearl 
Hulett, John Hamilton, dancing master 

12 Cedar 
Loss, Christian, music teacher 

69 Dey 
Mitchell, James, dancing master 

278 Greenwich 
Moller, John C, professor of music 

Washington 
Paff, John, musical store 

112 Bway 
Pelissier, Victor, musician 

58 Ann 
Rausch, Fred, musician 

209 Bway 
Saliment, George E., professor of music 

39 Liberty 
Schwartzholtz, I. C, pianoforte maker 

23 Chatham 
Seymour, Isaac, musician 

Barley 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner 

35 Nassau 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician & grocer 

3 John 
Utt, Peter, musical instrument maker 

Chamber 
Western, Thos., pianoforte maker 

64 Maiden Lane 
Whaites & Chartres, pianofortemakers 

19 Barclay 



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1799 

Cable, Henry, musician 

Bayard 
Claus, Christian, musical instrument maker 

4 Dover 
Conshort, Michael, piano forte maker 

Second 
Deseze, John, music-teacher 

86 Nassau 
Dodds, Thomas, musical instrument maker 

221 Pearl 
Everdell, James, musician 

34 Cedar 

Foos, George, musician 

Little Ann 
Geib, John, organbuilder 

First 
Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

177 Bway 
Hewitt, James, music store 

23 Maiden-lane 
Himmelman, George, musician 

243 Bway 
Hoffman, J. H, musician 

E. Washington or 40 Barclay 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

78 Nassau 
Howe, widow of William, musical store 

320 Pearl 
Hulett, John Hamilton, dancing master 

12 Cedar 
Jacobus, Peter, musician 

39 Church 
Kelly, Francis, musician 

Little Catharine 
Moller, John C, professor of music 

Washington 
O'Brian, Charles, musician 

Lumber 
Paff, John & M., musical store 

112 Bway 
Pelissier, Victor, musician 

135 William 
Rausch, Frederick, musician 

209 Bway 
Saliment, George E., professor of music 

39 Liberty 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

25 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner 

35 Nassau 

Ulshoeffer, George, musician & grocer 

3 John 
Utt, Peter, musical instrument maker 

90 Chamber 



Western, Thos., pianoforte maker 

64 Maiden L. 
Whaites, Archibald, musical instrument maker 

Winne 
Whaites & Chartres, pianofortemakers 

19 Barclay 

1800 

Beckett, John, musician 

3 Chapel 
Benoit, Lewis, musician 

12 Chamber 
Berault, Lamiche, dancing master 

52 Reed 
Boston, Jacob, musician 

Mulberry 
Canschet, Michael, pianofortemaker 

Second 
Deseze, John, music-teacher 

86 Nassau 
Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

83 Fair 
Everdell, James, musician 

245 Greenwich 
Garval, Henry, music-teacher 

Bayard 
Geib & Co., John, organ-builders 

Bowery, corner North 
Gilbert, Peter, fencing and dancing master 

52 Ann 
Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

177 Broadway 
Hewitt, James, music store 

23 Maiden-lane 
Himmelman, George, musician 

243 Bway 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

71 Church 
Hoffmaster, Wm., musician 

78 Nassau 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

68 James 
Howe, widow of William, music store 

320 Pearl 
Hulett, John Hamilton, dancing master 

12 Cedar 

Jacobus, Peter, musician 

41 Church 
Kelly, Francis, musician 

13 Tryon-row 
Massue, , musician 

41 Chamber 
Moller, John C, professor of music 

Hudson 
Montgomery, John, musical instrument maker 

355 Pearl 
Paff, John and M., musical store 

127 Bway 



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1800, continued 

Pelissier, Victor, musician 

135 William 
Rausch, Frederick, professor of music 

127 Bway 
Saliment, George E., professor of music 

39 Liberty 
Samo, Isaac, music-teacher 

51 Vesey 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

25 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Turk, Ahasuerus, turner 

35 Nassau 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician & grocer 

3 John 
Weldon, Peter, professor of music 

76 Chamber 
Whaites, Archibald, musical instrument maker 

Winne 
Whaites & Chartres, pianoforte-makers 

19 Barclay 



1801 

Benoit, Lewis, musician 

31 Church 
Brower, Samuel, drum maker 

74 Chatham 
Chanschet, Michael, pianofortemaker 

Second 
Child, William, musical instrument maker 

219 William 
Deseze, John, music teacher 

86 Nassau 
Erben, Peter, music teacher 

23 George 
Everdell, James, musician 

252 Greenwich 
Garval, Henry, music teacher 

Bayard 
Geib and Co., John, organ builders 

Bowery corner North 
Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

177 Bway 
Hewitt, James, music store 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

243 Broadway 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

Catharine 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

78 Nassau 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

68 James 
Kelly, Francis, musician 

13 Tr yon-row 



King, Mott, musician 

Cross 
Minieuse, William, teacher of French and music 

34 Warren 
Moller, John C, professor- of music 

Hudson 
Montgomery, John, musical instrument maker 

55 Cherry 
Paff, John & M., music store 

127 Bway 
Pelissier, Victor, musician 

135 William 
Rausch, Frederick, professor of music 

127 Broadway 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

25 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Territt, Charles, music shop 

320 Pearl 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

3 John 
Weldon, Peter, professor of music 

76 Chamber 
Whaites, Archibald, musical instrument maker 

Winne 
Whaites & Chartres, pianoforte makers 

19 Barclay 



1802 

Boston, Jacob, musician 

Mulberry 
Brower, Samuel, drum maker 

74 Chatham 
Child, William, musical instrument maker 

219 William 
Deseze, John, music teacher 

86 Nassau 
Emmerson, Christopher, musician 

Barley 
Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

23 George 
Everdell, James, musician 

252 Greenwich 
Fraser, Thomas, musician 

45 Vandewater 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

132 Chatham 
Geib & Co., John, organbuilders 

Bowery corner North 
Gibson, (Thomas) and M. Davis, mus. inst 
makers 

58 Warren 
Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

216 Bway, opposite St. Paul's 
Gilfert, Henry, teacher of music 

32 Nassau 



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1802, continued 

Goebell, Henry, musician 

Bayard 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

143 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

243 Bway 
Hoffman, J. H, musician 

Catharine 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

Nassau 
Hollis, Thomas, musician 

68 James 
Jackson, George K., musician 

Greenwich Mkt. 
Jacobus, Peter, musician 

41 Church 
King, Mathew, musician 

333 Bway 
Mitchell, James, musician 

Duane 
Moller, John C, professor of music and organist 

Hudson 
Montgomery, John, musical instrument maker 

64 Nassau 
Nicholas, , musician 

49 Chamber 
Paff, John & M., music store 

127 Bway 
Pelissier, Victor, musician & millinery 

135 William 
Purcady, Henry, musician 

6 Barley 
Rausch, Frederick, professor of music 

127 Bway 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Territ, Charles, music shop 

320 Pearl 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

3 John 
Whaites & Chartres, pianofortemakers 

19 Barclay 

1803 

Boston, Jacob, musician 

Mulberry 
Brower, Samuel, drum-maker & brand-caster 

10 Harman 
Child, William, musical instrument maker 

219 William 
Deseze, John, music teacher 

86 Nassau 
Duplessey, Anthony, musician 

Union-furnace 
Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

23 George 



Everdeil, James, musician 

90 Chamber 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

152 Chatham 
Geib & Son, John, organbuilder 

Bowery corner North 
Gibson, Thomas, & M. Davis, musical instru- 
ment makers 

58 Warren 

Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

216 Bway 
Goldbergh, J. C, teacher of pianoforte 

Greenwich cor. Harrison 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

143 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

243 Bway 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

Catharine 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

78 Nassau 
Holden, David, fidler 

Bedlow 
How, widow Sarah, musical warehouse 

320 Pearl 
Jackson, Dr. George K., musician 

19 Murray 
Jacobus, Peter, musician 

14 Thomas 
King, Mathew, musician 

333 Bway 
Moller, John C, professor of music & organist 

Hudson 
Montgomery, John, musical instrument maker 

64 Nassau 
Paff, John & M., musical store 

127 Bway 
Pelissier, Victor, musician, millinery-store 

77 Chatham 
Purcady, Henry, musician 

6 Barley 
Rausch, Frederick, pro. of music 

127 Bway 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

3 John 
Whaites & Chartres, pianofortemakers 

19 Barclay 

1804 

Boston, Jacob, musician 

35 Mulberry 
Brower, Samuel, drum-maker & brandcaster 

10 Harman 
Deseze, John, music & French teacher 

12 U. Reed 



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95 



1804, continued 

Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

23 George 
Everdell, James, musician 

90 Chamber 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

380 Pearl 
Geib & Son, John, organ-builders 

Bowery 
Geib, John and Adam, pianofortemakers 

40 Barclay- 
Gibson, (and M. Davis) T., mus. inst. makers 

63 Barclay 

Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

13 Maiden L. 

Goldbergh, J. C., teacher pianoforte 

Greenwich cor. Harrison 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

143 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

9 Ann 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

Anthony 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

78 Nassau 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

2 Pine 

Jacobus, Peter, musician 

14 Thomas 

Jean, Pierre, musician 

11 Chamber 
Kearsing & Sons, J., pianoforte manufactory 

Bowery 
King, Mathew, musician 

333 Bway 
Montgomery, John, mus. inst. maker 

64 Nassau 
Nicolan, , musician 

21 U. Reed 
Paff, John & M., musical store 

54 Maiden Lane 
Pelissier, V., professor of music, millinery 
store 

77 Chatham 
Rausch, Frederick, professor of music 

54 Maiden L. 
Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 

86 John 
Terret, widow, Sarah, music store 

320 Pearl 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

3 John 

Whaites & Chartres, pianofortemakers 

19 Barclay 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

330 Greenwich 



1805 * 

Alexander, John, musician 

Bedlow-alley 
Boston, Jacob, musician - 
Brower, Samuel, drum-maker, & brandcaster 

95 James 
Deseze, John, music & french teacher 

12 U. Reed 

Erben, Peter, music teacher 

23 George 
Everdell, James, musician 
Geib, Adam, music professor 
Geib, John & Adam, pianofortemakers 

Mt. Vernon 
Geib & Son, John, organ builders 

Corres. Gard Leonard 
Gibson, T. M. & Davis, mus. inst. makers 

63 Barclay 
Gilfert, Charles, music professor 
Gilfert, George, musical magazine 

13 Maiden L. 

Goldberg, J. G, teacher pianoforte 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

143 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

27 Bedlow 
Hoffman, J. H., musician & grocer 

Anthony 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

78 Nassau 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

92 Greenwich 
Jacobus, Peter, musician 
Kearsing & Sons, J., pianoforte manuf. 

Bowery cor. North 
King, Mathew, musician 
Leonard, Elias, musician 

52 Chapel 
Montgomery, John, mus. inst. maker 

255 Bway 
Neilson, Samuel, musical instrument maker 

21 Barclay 
Nicholan, musician 
Niles, Wallis, musician 

43 Lombard 
Paff, John & M., musical store 

54 Maiden L. 
Pelissier, V., professor of music 

1 George 
Peloubet, Joseph, musical inst. maker 

190 William 

1 Names without addresses from classified directory. 



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1805, continued 

Prince, David, musician 

49 Henry 
Purcady, Henry, professor of music 

40 Chamber 
Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 

86 John 
Terret, widow Sarah, musical store 

320 Pearl 
Ulshoeffer, George, musician 

3 John 
Whaites, pianofortemaker 

19 Barclay 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

42 Robinson 



1806 

Alexander, John, musician 

Bedlow-alley 
Boston, Jacob, musician 

Mary near Hester 
Castrou, Eli, musician 

43 Reed 
Deseze, John, music and french teacher 

12 U. Reed 

Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

23 George 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

13 Leonard 

Geib, J. & A., pianoforte-makers 

Leonard n. B'way 
Geib and Son, organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gibson, T. & M. Davis T., mus. inst. maker 

63 Barclay 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

143 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden Lane 
Himmelman, George, musician 

27 Bedlow 
Hoffman, J. H, musician and grocer 

Anthony 
Hoffmaster, William, musician 

78 Nassau 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

92 Greenwich 
Jacoby, Peter, music master 

83 Chapel 
Kearsing & Sons, J., pianoforte-manuf. 

Bowery corner North 
King, Matthias, musician 

333 Broadway 
Mazzinghi, Dominick, pianoforte store 

29 Maiden L. 



Montgomery, John C, musical inst. mak. & 
turner 

Elm 
Neilson, Samuel, musical instrument mak. 

71 Chamber 
Niles, Wallis, musician 

45 Lombard 
Paff, John and M., music store 

54 Maiden lane, & 2 City Hotel 
Pelisssier, V., professor of music 

1 George 
Peterson, Daniel, musician 

48 Bedlow 

Prince, David, musician 

49 Henry 

Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Stayner, Thomas, musician 

Pump near Third 
Stevens, Reuben, drum-major 

Orange 
Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

3 John 
Value, Peter, music master 

58 Anthony 
Whaites, , pianoforte maker 

19 Barclay 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

foot of Reed 



1807 

Beze, M., musical & drawing academy 

46 Partition 
Boston, Jacob, musician 

Mary near Hester 
Deseze, John, music & French teacher 

12 U. Reed 

Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

66 Mott 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

13 Leonard 

Geib, J. & A., pianofortemakers 

Leonard n. Bway 
Geib & Son, John, organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianoforte makers 

63 Barclay 
Gilfert, George, pianoforte warehouse 

13 Maiden L. 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

145 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

upper end Chapel 
Hoffman, J. H., musician & grocer 

Anthony 



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97 



1807, continued 

Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

119 Bowery 
Jacoby, Peter, music master 

40 Barley 

Kearsing & Sons, J., pianoforte manuf. 

279 Bowery 
M'Kenna, James, musician 

11 Moores Row 
Mazzinghi, Dominick, pianoforte store 

29 Maiden L. 
Neilson, Samuel, mus. inst. maker 

19 Barclay 
Niles, Wallis, musician 

43 Lombard 
Paff, John & M., music store. 

2 City Hotel 
Pierre, Henry, musician 

49 Cedar 
Riley, E., music teacher 

3 Cortlandt 
Schaffer, •, musician 

270 .Pearl 
Schons, Bernard, pianofortemaker 

88 Chatham 
Selden, John, mus. inst. maker 

41 Chapel 

Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 

86 John 
Stayner, Thomas, musician 

72 Pump 
Stevens, Reuben, drum-major 

Rynder near Grand 
Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

3 John 
Value, Peter, music master 

58 Anthony 
Whaites, Archibald, pianofortemaker 

19 Barclay 
Williams, Peter S., drummer 

Washington 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

262 Greenwich 



1808 

Alexander, John, musician 

Neilson's Alley 
Amby, Thomas, drummer 

108 Mulberry 
Baptist, John, musician 

31 Church 
Beze, M., musical and french drawing academy 

46 Partition 
Bocquet, Lewis, musician 

40 Catherine 
Boston, Jacob, musician 

Mary near Hester 



Buckin, James, mus. inst. maker 

8 Anthony 
Butler, John, mus. inst. maker 

156 Bway 
Deseze, John, music & French teacher 

12 U. Reed 

Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

66 Mott 
Everdell, James, musician 

15 Barclay 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

13 Leonard 

Geib, J. & A., pianoforte makers 

Leonard n. Bway 
Geib & Son, John, organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gentil, Peter F., music master 

11 Barley 
Gibson, T., & M. Davis, pianoforte makers 

63 Barclay 
Gilfert, George, piano warehouse 

13 Maiden L. 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

145 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

upper end Chapel 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

51 Anthony 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

278 Bowery 

Jacoby, Peter, music master 

47 Reed 
Kearsing & Sons, J., piano manuf. 

279 Bowery 

King, Mathew, music, inst. maker 

34 Essex 
Ledwith, John, musician 

Neilson's Alley 
Mazzinghi, Dominick, piano store 

29 Maiden Lane 
Neilson, Samuel, mus. inst. maker 

19 Barclay 
Note, , musician 

46 Augustus 
Paff, John & M., music store 

2 City hotel 
Pierre, Henry, musician 

49 Cedar 
Riley, E., music teacher 

28 Dey 
Schons, Bernard, piano forte maker 

267 Broadway 
Selden, John, mus. inst. maker 

41 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 

86 John 



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1808, continued 

Stayner, Thomas, musician 

27 Bayard 
Stevens, Reuben, drum-major 

83 Nassau 
Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

3 John 
Whaites, Arch., piano forte maker 

262 Bowery 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

262 Greenwich 



1809 

Alexander, John, musician 

25 Duane 
Beze, M., musical & french drawing academy 

9 Gold 
Boston, Jacob, musician 

Pump 
Buckin, James, musical instrument maker 

8 Anthony 
Carson, Jacob, musician 

35 Chatham 
Corner, Peter, drummer 

6 Ferr 

Deseze, John, music & French teacher 

31 Reed 
Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

66 Mott 
Everdell, James, musician 

255 Greenwich 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

upper end Mulberry 
Geib & Son, John, organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gentil, Peter F., music-master 

115 Duane 
Gibson, T. & M. Davis, piano forte maker 

63 Barclay 
Gideon, Jacob, trumpeter 

Republican alley 
Gilfert, George, piano forte warehouse 

13 Maiden-lane 
Hallet, James, musician 

7 Charlotte 

Healy, Ithamar, musician 

145 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

62 Chapel 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

51 Anthony 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

278 Bowery & 17 Dey 

Kearsing and Sons, J., piano-forte manufact. 

279 Bowery 



Mazzinghi, Dominick, piano forte store 

292 Greenwich 
Neilson, Samuel, musical instrument maker 

19 Barclay 
Note, Sebastian, musician 

22 Magazine 
Perry, Richard, piano forte maker 

42 Barclay 
Pierre, Henry, musician 

49 Cedar 

Riley, E., music teacher 

31 Dey 
Schons, Bernard, pianoforte maker 

403 Greenwich 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

41 Chapel 
Siffes, , musician 

396 Mott 
Smith, Albert, musical instrument maker 

86 John 
Stayner, Thomas, musician 

50 Chatham 

Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

3 John 
Whaites, Arch., piano forte maker 

262 Bowery 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

262 Greenwich 



1810 

Alexander, John, musician 

25 Duane 
Boston, Jacob, musician 

Pump 
Buchan, J., musical instrument maker 

upper end Chapel 
Burns, John, musician 

62 Warren 

Cozine, Gilbert, musician 

93 Mulberry 
Deseze, John, music & french teacher 

290 Greenwich 
Dickinson, Thomas, musician 

159 Division 
Erven, Peter, music teacher 

66 Mott 
Everdell, James, musician 

255 Greenwich 
Geib, Adam, music teacher 

upper end Mulberry 
Geib & Son, John, organbuilders 

95 Leonard 
Gentil, Peter F., music master 

105V 2 Reed 
Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianoforte manufact. 

63 Barclay 

Gideon, Jacob, trumpeter 
1 Republican-alley 



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99 



1810, continued 

Gilfert, George, piano warehouse 

13 Maiden L. 
Hallet, James, musician 

7 Charlotte 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

145 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

59 Maiden L. 
Himmelman, George, musician 

30 Cedar 

Hoffman, J. H., musician 

51 Anthony 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor of music 

278 Bowery 

Kearsing & Son, piano manuf. 

279 Bowery 

Mazzinghi, Dominick, piano store 

292 Greenwich 
Meetz, Richard, music teacher 

50 Warren 
Neilson, Samuel, musical instrument maker 

19 Barclay 
Niles, Wallace, musician 

53 Lombardy 
Note, Sebastian, musician 

21 Magazine 
Paff, John & M., music store 

149 Bway 
Perrossier, James, musician 

I Jacob 

Perry, Richard, piano maker 

50 Harman 
Pierre, Henry, musician 

49 Cedar 
Redstone, William, organbuilder 

59 Hester 
Riley, E., music teacher 

31 Dey 

Roualt, Joseph, musician 

37 Chatham 

Schons, Bernard, piano forte maker 

17 Chatham 
Selden, John, mus. inst. maker 

41 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 

86 John 
Stayner, Thomas, musician 

44 Chatham 
Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

3 John 
Varmvile, John, musician 

38 Cross 

Walker, Joseph, piano forte maker - 

19 Barclay 
Weekly, Bartholomew, musician 

II Jews alley 
Weldon, Ira, music master 

142 Bedlow 



Whaites, Arch., pianoforte maker 

Mott n. Spring 
Wilson, Joseph, music teacher 

262 Greenwich 



1811 

Boston, Jacob, musician 

27 Spring 
Byrne, Peter, musician 

17 Harman 
Childs, Richard, violin maker 

17 Chatham 
Dehart, James, musician 

121 Reed 
Deseze, John, music and French teacher 

290 Greenwich 
Dickinson, Thomas, musician 

159 Division 
Erben, Peter, teacher of music 

66 Mott 
Everdell, James, musician 

255 Greenwich 
Geib, Adam, teacher of music 

Mulberry n. Prince 
Geib & Son, John, organ builders 

95 Leonard & 36 Sugar loaf 
Gentil, Peter F., music master 

105H Reed 
Gibson, T. & M. Davis, pianoforte maker 

63 Barclay 
Gibson, Thomas, pianoforte maker 

63 Barclay 
Gideon, Jacob, trumpeter 

Frankfort 
Gilfert, George, pianoforte warehouse 

13 Maiden Lane 
Hanville, John, music master 

36 Cross 
Healy, Ithamar, musician 

145 Division 
Hewitt, James, musical repository 

15 Chatham 
Higgins, Isaac, musician 

17 Harman 
Hill, Uri K., teacher of music 

12 Broad 
Himmelman, George, musician 

6 Carlisle 
Hoffman, J. H., musician 

51 Anthony 
Hollis, Joseph, musician 

519 Greenwich 
Jackson, Dr. George K., professor, of music 

278 Bowery & 14 Wall 

Kearsing & Son, pianoforte manufactory 

279 Bowery 

Kiel, Francis, musician 
179 Duane 



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100 

1811, continued 

King, Mathew, musical instrument maker 

34 Essex 
Mazzinghi, Dominick, piano-forte store 

292 Greenwich 
Meetz, Raymond, teacher of music 

50 Warren 
Neilson, Samuel, musical instrument maker 

19 Barclay 
Paff, John, music 

149 Broadway 
Perry, Richard, piano forte maker 

42 Barclay 
Petrossier, James, musician 

17 George 
Pierre, Henry, musician 

49 Cedar 
Rausch, Frederick, prof, of music. 

60 Maiden-lane 
Riley, E., music engraver & publisher 

17 Chatham 



Riley & Adams, copperplate printers 

17 Chatham 
Ronault, Joseph, musician 

37 Chatham 

Schaffer, F. G. & W., musical instrument maker 

219 Greenwich 
Schaffer, George, musical instrument maker 

219 Greenwich 
Selden, John, musical instrument maker 

41 Chapel 
Smith, Albert, mus. inst. maker 

86 John 
Stayner, Thomas, musician 

35 Chatham 
Ulshoeffer, George, professor of music 

3 John 
Weldon, Ira, music master 

38 Charlotte 

Whaites, Arch., piano-forte maker 

Mott n. Spring 
Wilson, Joseph, teacher of music 

56 Dey 



APPENDIX II 

List of Musical Societies, i 789-1 799 



1789 
Musical Society of the City of New York 

George Gilfert, Director 
Henry Will, Treasurer 
Robert M'Grath, Secretary- 
Place of meeting, No. 29, John 

1791 
Musical Society 

Isaac Van Vleck, Director 
James H. Kip, Treasurer 
Daniel Dodge, Secretary 

1792 
* New York Musical Society 

Henry Will, Director 
James H. Kip, Treasurer 
Stanton Latham, Secretary 

St. Cecilia's Society 

David Mitchelson, President 
Lewis Ogden, Treasurer 
Isaac Van Vleck, Secretary 

1793 
New York Musical Society 

Henry Will, Director 
James Harvey, Treasurer 
Stanton Latham, Secretary 

St. Cecilia Society 

David Mitchelson, President 
Lewis Ogden, Treasurer 
Isaac Van Vleck, Secretary 

1794 

New York Musical Society 

Henry Will, Director 
James Harvey, Treasurer 
Stanton Latham, Secretary 

St. Cecilia Society 

David Mitchelson, President 
Lewis Ogden, Treasurer 
Joseph Busswell, Secretary 



1795 
St. Cecilia Society 

Lewis Ogden, President 
Joseph Buswell, Treasurer 
Andrew Smith, Secretary 

This society was -instituted in 1791, with a 
view to cultivate the science of music, and a 
good taste in its education. The concerts are 
held weekly on Saturday evenings ; the principal 
professors of music in the city are members, 
and performers at these concerts. 



1796 
St. Cecilia Society 

(Same as in 1795 directory, but word execu- 
tion substituted for word education) 

John Richardson, President 
John S. Hunn, Secretary 
John B. Cozine, Treasurer 

Harmonical Society for the approvement in 
music, meet Tuesday. 

1797 
St. Cecilia Society 

Lewis Ogden, President 
Andrew Smyth, Treasurer 
Robert M'Mennomy, Secretary 

Meet every Saturday, and elect on St. Cecilia's 
day. This Society was instituted with a view to 
cultivate the science of Music, and a good taste 
in its execution. 

Columbian Anacreontic Society 

John Hodgkinson, President 
John C. Shaw, First Vice-President 
Aquila Giles, Second Vice-President 
John Bleecker, Secretary 
John Ferrers, Treasurer 

William Richardson, William H. Robinson, 
Henry Livingston, James Maitland, James Cuy- 
ler, John K. Beekman, Harmonics. 

George Pollock, B. Winthrop, Joseph Stans- 
bury, Edward Moore, Richard Morris, A. Giles 
and James Hewitt, Standing Committee. 



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1797 , continued 

Uranian Musical Society 

Joseph Kimball, President 
Joseph Prince, Vice-President 
Hugh Taylor, Treasurer 
Jehial Jagger, Secretary 

Peter Conrey, Samuel Rudd, Joseph Webb, 
James Jarvis and Gad Ely, Council. 

This Society was instituted for improvement 
in sacred vocal music. Elect the first Wednesday 
in January and meet every Wednesday. 

Harmonical Society 

John R. Cozine, President 
John Richardson, Treasurer 
John S. Hunn, Secretary 

This Society was instituted March 17th, 1796, 
for the purpose of cultivating the Knowledge of 
Vocal and Instrumental Music. 



1798 

St. Cecilia Society 

Lewis Ogden, President 
Frederick Rausch, Vice-President 
Andrew Smyth, Treasurer 
Robert M'Mennomy, Secretary 

Joseph Fitch, John M. Bradford and George 
E. Saliment, Committee. Benjamin Skaats, 
Doorkeeper. 

Meet every 
Cecilia's day. 



Saturday and elect on St. 



This Society (etc. as in 1797.) 



George Pollock, B. Winthrop, Joseph Stans- 
bury, Edward Moore, A. Giles, William Rich- 
ardson and John Ferrers, Standing Committee. 

Uranian Musical Society 

Joseph Kimball, President 

Prince, Vice-President 

Hugh Taylor, Treasurer 
J. C. Totten, Secretary 



1799 

Columbian Anacreontic Society 

John C. Shaw 
Joseph Tyler, 1st V. P. 
John Ferrers, 2d V. P. 
Philip Ten Eyck, Treasurer 
John Bleecker, Secretary 

Benjamin W. Rogers, Alexander Bleecker, 
William Ricketts, Alexander L. M'Donald, 
Thomas Cooper, and Fortescue Cuming, Har- 
monics. 

Benjamin M. Mumford, William Richardson, 
Harman G. Rutgers, Joseph Stansbury, John 
Ferrers, Robert R. Waddell and John K. Beek- 
man, Standing Committee. 



St. Cecilia Society 

Joseph Fitch, President 
Frederik Rausch, V. President 
Andrew Smyth, Treasurer 
Issac G. Ogden, Secretary 
Benjamin Skaats, Doorkeeper 

Meet on every Saturday (etc. as before) 

This Society (etc. as before) 



Harmonical Society 

John R. Cozine, President 
Fortescue Cuming, Vice-President 
Solomon Roe, Treasurer 
John Bleecker, Secretary 
Nathaniel Paulding, Second Secretary 

This Society (etc. as in 1797). 



Columbian Anacreontic Society 
(Same officers as in 1797) 

Alexander Bleecker, Alexander L. M'Donald, 
Harman G. Rutgers, William Ricketts, Thomas 
Cooper, John K. Beekman, Harmonics. 



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Harmonical Society 

John R. Cozine, President 
Fortescue Cuming, V. President 
John S. Hunn, Secretary 

Daniels, As. Secretary 

Solomon Roe, Treasurer 



Uranian Society 
for improvement in Sacred Music 

Peter Conrey, President 
Joseph Webb, V. P. 
John Stephens, Treasurer 
William Thompson, Secretary 






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